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wricks ths men carried and naw a bock
leap Into tho air and then come heavily
to the ground quite dead deep reepect
was udd"d to his Interest and possibly
a trace of awe as well Pesr be knew
In a dump of bashes a quarter of a
mile front the bungalow Nu came to *
halt, The strange odor» that assniled
bis nostrils as be approached the ranch
warned him to caution.
The black servant» and the Wazlrl
warriors, some of whom were alwitys
visiting their former chief, presented
to Nu'a nostrils mi unfamtlhis scent -
one which made the black sbtx-k u|»»n
lila bead stiffen ns you have seen tin,-
hair u|>on lite neck of a white man's
bound stiffen when for the first time
bi» nose detects the odor of an Indian
As darkness came on Nu approm-lied
closer to the bungalow, always careful,
however, to keep down wind from II.
Filled with wonder as tn- was, lire
troglodyte bud become it prey to the
llvest sort of curiosity concerning lite
identity und habits of these strange
beings. Particularly was lie Interested
In some one whom he bad not seen,
yet of whose bidden presence he was
vaguely aware. In some way this un
known Individual reminded him of
Nat-ul, the beautiful girl with whom
be had walked but yesterday beneath
the shade of the tree fern»—Nat ul,
the girl he loved.
Through the windows be could see
people moving about within the lighted
Interior, but he was not close enough
to distinguish features. He saw men
' and women sluing about a long table,
eating with strange weapons upqu
which they impaled tiny morsels of
food which Jay upon round, flat stones
I i before them.
There was much laughter and talk
ing. which floated through the open
windows to the cave man’s euger ears,
but throughout it all there came to
him no single word which be could in-
I terp ret.
After these men and women bad eat
en they came out and sat in the shadows
before the entrance to their strange
cave, and here again they laughed and
chattered, for all the world, thought
Nu, like the ape people; and yet.
though it was different from the ways
of his own people, the troglodyte could
not help but note within his own
breast a strange yearning to take part
In it—a longing for the company of
these strange, new people.
He had crept quite close to the ve
randa now. and presently there floated
down to him upon the almost stagnant
air a message as clear as word of
mouth, which told him that Nat-ul. the
daughter of Tha. sat among these
strange people before the entrance to
their wonderful cave.
And yet Nu could not believe the
evidence of bls own senses. What
could Nat-ul be doing among such as
these? How, between two suns, could
she have learned the language and the
ways of these strangers?
It was impossible. And then a man
upon the veranda, who sat close be
side Victoria Custer, struck a match
to light a cigarette and the flare of
the blase lit up the girl's features. At
the sight of them the cave man invol
untarily sprang to hia feet A half
smothered exclamation broke from hia
lips. “Nat-ul r
"What waa that?" exclaimed Bar
ney Custer. “I thought I beard some
one speak out there near the rose
He rose as though to investigate, but
biB sister laid her band upon his arm.
"Don’t go. Barney." she whispered.
Fie turned toward her with a ques
Her eyes were dilated
with wonder und fear, her bands were
trembling and she was so agitated her
brother was deeply concerned about
her. remembering as he did the strange
hallucinations to which she was sub
"Why?” he asked, eyeing her fixed
“There is no danger, Did you
not bear It too?”
“Teo.” she answered in a low voice.
“I heard it. Barney,
He felt the trembling of her hand
where it rested upon his sleeve, One
of the other men beard the converse
tion. but of course he could not guess
that It cnrrled any peculiar slgnlfl
ennee. Il was merely an expression
of the natural timidity of tbs civilized
white woman in the midst of the sav
age African night.
“It’s uothlne. Miss Custer.” he said
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Arleta Baptist Church
11:46 a. in. Bible Hchool.
II a— iu —Preaching service.
7:30 p. tn. Evening services.
6:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U meeting.
7 :4ft Prayer meeting.
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Millard Avenue PresbyterldR Church
10 a. m, Habbalb Hchool.
11 a. in. Morning worship.
7:p. m. Y P. H. C. E.
7 :4ft p. m. Evening worship.
7 :3O p. m. Thursday. midweek service
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SI. Peter s Catholic Church
h a. in. Low Maas.
10:30 a. in. High Mass.
8:30 a. tn. Hunday Hchool,
12 M. Ohoil rehearsal.
Week days; Mass at H a. tn.
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10 a. m. Haturdsy Habbath Hchool.
11 a. m. Hatunlay preaching.
7 :30 p. Ul. Weilneeday, Braver meeting
7:45 p. m. B uik I sv preaching.
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Corner 69th Ht. ami 46th Ave. H. E.
10 a. tn. Bible Hchool.
11 a. in. and 7 :30 p. aa. preaching ser
6:110 p. m. Christaln Endeavor.
7 »»p. m. Thursday, mid-week prayer
A cordial welcome to all.
Rev. G. K. Berry, Pastor.
St. Pauls Episcopal Church
One block south of Woodmere station.
Hole Communion the first Hunday ol
•ach month at 8 p. m, No other sor-
vicee that day.
Every other Hunday the regular ser
vicee will be as usual.
Evening Prayer and sermon at 4 p. m.
Hunday Hchool meets at 3 p. m.
Boatwright, Hupt, L. M»flelt, Hee.
Rev. 0. W. Tavior, Rector.
Lents Lvangelical Church
Hermon by ths Pastor, 11 a. m. and
Hunday School 9 ’»6 a. m., Albert
Faukbsoser, Huperint uu- "t.
Y. P. A. 6:16 p. in. vs Anderson,
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
A cordial welcome to all.
T. R Hornachuch, Pastor.
Lents Irtetd’s Church
9:45a.m. Bible Hchool, Mrs. Maud
11:00». m Preaching services.
6:25 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7 :30 p. ni. Preaching Services
8:00 p. m. Thursday,
A cordial welcome to all these ser
John Riley, Pastor.
Lents Baptist (horch
Lord’s Day. Bible Hchool 9:46 a. tn.
Morning worship, 11 a. n»<
Elmo Height* Hunday Hchool, 2:30
B Y P. IL, 6:30 p m.
Evening worship, 7:30 p.
A cordial welcome to U>e»e service-«.
J. M Nelson, Pastor.
fifth Church ot Christ
Fifth Church of Christ. Hcjentist of
Myrtle 1‘ark Hall,
Services Hunday 11 a. m.
Sunday School 9:30 and 11 a. m.
Wednesday evening testimonial nxvl-
ing 8 p. m
Lents M. t. Church
Hunday Hchool 9:46. a. si.
Preaching 11 :00 a. ni.
Services at Bennett Chapel at 3 p. tn.
Epworth league 6:30 p, m.
Preaciiibg 7 :30 p. m.
Prayer meeliug Thursday evening at
W. R. F. Browne, pastor.
Residence 57(13 8 frd Ht.
Laurelwood M. L Church
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00». in. preaching.
12:30 a. in. class meeting
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
7:30 p m. preaching.
Tlw pastor is assisted by a chorus choir
and the Amphion Male Quartette.
8:00 p. til. Thursday evening, prayer
Dr. C. R. Carlos, pastor.
Germai Evangelical Reformed Church
Corner Woodstock Ave., and 87th Ht.
Rev. W. G. Lienkaempcr, pastof.
Hunday School 10 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11a. m.
Y. P. R. at 7:30 p. m.
German Hchool and Catechetical Class
Saturday 10 a. m.
Third United Brethren Church
10 a. m. Hunday Hchool.
11 a. m. Preaching.
3 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor.
6:30 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor.
7 :30 p. in. Preaching.
Magnolia Camp No. 4026, Royal
and Fourth Wednesdays of
month at I. O. O. F. Hall. Second
Wednesdays social meeting Neighltors
bring your families »nd friend»
Wednesday, bu iness.
Neighbors requested to come. By
order of the Camp
Reports say that Black Butte quick
silver mines near London, Ore., will
goon resume activity.
Roseburg will spend 175,000 replacing
tl>e school destroyed by fire.
Boardman, tlie new town on Uw
Tho Dream Mate.
«¡Kite up another, "or we anouia nave
heard the shot.
Walt, here's Grey
stoke; let's aee wbst he thinks of it.”
The spe man, who bad been riding a
couple of hundred yards in the rear of
the otbero with one of the older men.
now reined in close to the dead zebra.
YWhat have we here?” be aaked.
swinging from bis saddle.
“Brown nays this looks like the kill
of a man." sold Burney; "but none of
us heard any shot”
Tarzan grasped tbs zebra by a front
and hind pastern and rolled him over
upon bls other side.
“it went way through, whatever it
was." said Butzow as the hole behind
thia shoulder waa exposed to view.
"Must have been a bullet, even if ws
dklu't bear the report of the gun.”
“I'm not so sure of that,” said Tar
zan, and then be glanced casually at
the ground about the carcass, and.
If K following morning the earth
quake found Victoria Custer
Hhe told Lady
Grryatoke that she felt weak
from the effects of the nervous shock,
but the truth of the matter was that
she dreaded to meet Curtice aud under
go the ordeal which she knew con
How waa she to explain to him the
effect that the subterranean rumblings
snd the shsking of the outer crust bad
had upon her snd her sentiments to
When her brother came tn to eee her
she drew his h<-nd down upon the pil
low bealdv hers and whispered some
thing of the horrible hallucinations that
had haunted her since the previous
“Ob, Barney." she cried, “what can it
be? What ran It be? TTie flret deep
grumblings that prvc«-ded the shock
seemed to awake tne as from a leth
argy. and aa plainly as I see yon beside
me now I saw the half naked creature
of my dreams, and when I saw him I
knew that I could never wed Mr. Cor
ties or any other
"It la awful to have to admit It, even
to you, Barney: but I—I knew when I
saw him that I loved him—that I was
hia. Not bis wife. Barney, but bls
woman -hia mat«—and 1 had to fight
with myself to keep from rushing out
into the terrible blackness of the night
to thro* myself into his arms.
“It was then that I managed to con
trol myself long enough to run to yon.
where I fainted. And last night. In my
dreams. I saw him again -nlone and
rchlug through a strange
and hostile world to And and claim me.
"You cannot know. Barney, bow real
be Is to me. It is not aa other dreams,
but Instead 1 really see him the satin
texture of bls smooth, bronzed akin,
the lordly poise of bls ¡tcrfect bead,
the tousled shock of coal black hair
that 1 have learned to love and
through which I know I have lovingly
run my fingers as be stooped to kiss
“He carries n great s|>ear, atone tip
ped-1 should know It the moment that
I saw It—and a knife and hatchet of
the same flinty mnterial. and In hia left
hand he bears the severed head of a
“He is a noble figure, but of another
“It ia a man’s kill."
world or of another age. Romwrbere
he windwn, so lonely and alone that bending lower, brought his sensitive
my heart weeps at the thought of him
nostrils close to the mutilated haunch
Oh. Barney, either be ia true and I and then to the trampled grass«-» at
shall find him or I am gone mad. Tell the zebra's side. When be straight
me. Barney, for the lore of heaven, ened up the others looked at him que»-
you believe that I am sane!”
Barney Custer drew his sister's face
“A mau." be said—“a white man
close to hia nwl kissed her tenderly.
has been here since the zebra died. He
"Of course you’re sane. Vic.” he 1 cut these steaks from the haunches.
reassured her. "You’ve Just allowed There is not the slightest odor of gun
that old dream of yours to tM*come a powder about the wound. It was not
sort of obaeosion with you. and no* made by a powder sped projectile. U
tt'a got on your nerves until you are ia too large and too deep for an arrow
commencing to lielleve it even against wound.
“Ttie only other weapon that could
your lietter judguivut. Take a good
grip on yourself, get op and join Cur- have Inflicted it Is a »pear; but to cast
a spear entirely through the carcnsa
tiss In a long ride.
“Have ft out with lilm. Tell him of a zebra at the distance to which
Just what you have told me. and then ‘ a man could approach one In the open
tell him you’ll marry him, and I'll presupposes a mightiness of muscle
warrant that you'll lie dreaming ubout and an accuracy of aim little short of
him Instead of that young giant that superhuman.”
“And you think”—commenced Drown.
you have atoleu out of mw fairy
"I think nothing.” Interrupted Tar-
xan. “excejit that my judgment tells
"I'll get up and take a ride. Ilarney
me that my senses are tn error. There
replied the girl, "but aa for marrying
Is no naked white giant hunting
Mr. Curtis»—well, i'll have to think
through the country of the Wazlrl.
“Come, Instead of si>eculating on the
She did not join tlie party, however, Impossible, let's ride on to the hills and
that were riding toward the bills that see if we can’t locate the old villain
morning, for the thought of seeing the who has been stealing my sheep. From
torn and twisted stratum of a bygone
age that lifted its aenrred head above hia spoor Hl venture to any that when
the surface of the plain at the base of we bring him down we shall see the
the mountains wns more than she felt Urgent lion that any of us has
equal to. They did not urge her, and.
As the party remounted and rode
as she Insisted that Mr. Curtiss ac
away toward the foothills two won-
company the other men. she was left
dering black eye» watched them from
alone at the bungalow with Ikdy Grey
the safety of the jungle
stoke. the baby and the servants.
Nu was utterly nonplused
Aa the party trotted across the roll
sort of Dion were these who rode upon
ing land that stretched before them to beasts the like of which Nu had never
the foothills they sighted a herd of f reamed?
zebras coming toward them In mad
At first he thought their pith helmets
and khaki clothing a part of them^ but
"Hornet hl ng ia hunting ahead of as.” I when one of tbeui removed hia helmet
remarked one of th«> men.
and another unbuttoned his jacket Nu
“We may get a shot at a lion from saw that they were merely coverings
the looks of it," replied another.
for the head and body, though why
A short distance farther on they men should wish to hamper themselves
came upon the carcass of a zebra stal with such foolish and cumbersome con
lion. Barney and Butzow dismounted traptions the troglodyte could not irn-
to examine It iu an effort to deter agtnr.
mine the nature of the enemy that had
As the imrty rode toward the foot-
hills Nu phralleled them, keeping al-
At the first glance Barney called to ways down wind, He followed them
one of the other members of the party, all day during their fruitless search for
an experienced big game hunter.
that had been entering Grey
“What do you make of this. Brown?" stoke's coin|x>nml nml stealing his
be aaked, pointing to the exp«Mied •keep, and as they retrace«! their way
toward the bungalow late in the after
It ia a man's kill." replied the noon Nu Inrked in their rear.
other. "Look at that gaping hole over
Never In 111» life hud he been so deep,
the heart, that would tell the story ly Interested in nnything as be was In
were It not for the evidence of the these strange creatures, and when half
knife that ent away these stripe from way ncrons the plain the”*ptlrty c»me
the rump. Tha carcass is »till warm. unexpectedly upon a band of antelope
The kill must have been made within grazing in a little hollow and Nu heard
the past few minutes.”
th« voice of one o* the little black
“Then it csuJdn't have bssu * mon."
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At a recent meeting of The Conquer
ors, the organized adult Bible Cl sue of
the Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
Hchool, the following persons were
elected officers of the class for the com
ing year: President, N. E Williams;
Vice President, B. A. O’Mealy; Secre
tary-Treasurer, Mrs. F.
Mrs. h. B. Bowman; Hoeigl, Mrs. W.
J. Jefferies; Reception, B A. O’Mealy;
Devotional, Mrs. T. K. Ramsey; Visit
ing, Mrs. L C. Jordan.
At an execu
tive committee meeting held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. O’Mealy
on Monday evening, chairmen of the
several committees selected the mem-
bers of their resf«ctive committees.
Every member of tlie class is on some
committee and has definite work to do.
It is lie- policy ot tlie class to hold a
business meeting and social once eaeh
month. The time of meeting has been
changed from the third Monday to the
third Tuesday evening of the month. At
the regniar meeting in April the work
for tlie coming year will be definitely
outlined. Tlie class meets regularly
each Hunday morning in the church for
the study of tlie Sunday School lesson at
the regular Sunday School hour and is a
loyal supporter of the Hunday School in
all of it» activities.
At the regular month!; business meet
ing and social of the C. E. Society of
church, which was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Crum, 5603-70 St.
S. E., after hearing reports of commit
tee chairmen and disposing of several
items ot miscellaneous business the fol
lowing officers were elected for the com
ing six months: President, Charles
Tronson; Vice President, Mildred Mc
Intosh; Corresponding Secretary, Essie
Strang; Recording Secretary, Clara Mc
Intosh; Treasurer, Neil M. Robertson;
Chairmen ot Committees, Prayer Meet
ing, M E. Williams; Lookout, Mildred
McIntosh; Missionary, Grace Hpanld-
ing; Social, Bernice Paisley; Music,
Neil M. Robertson. The Chairman of
the Missionary Committee announced
that they hold services at the Old Ladies
Home near Lents on the second Sunday
of each month. Following the business
session, games and contests of various
kinds were participated in during the
A very pretty birthday surprise party
was given Wednesday afternoon last at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Varley,
5536-41 st Ave. 8. E. in honor of their
friend Mrs. Tilley Warner, assisted by
several invited guests. The rooms were
tastefully decorated, the color scheme
Suspended from the
chandelier over the center of the table
were violet ribbons at the ends of
which were attached small vases filled
with violets, her birthday flower. In the
center under this canopy of ribbons was
a large birthday cake, decorated with
wax tapers. The place cards were of a
pretty design made of pussy willow buds
to represent three little kittens on a
fence with the inscription, “Who will
sing the song of Spring”—Pussy Will-O.
The afternoon was spent in songs and
After partaking of a dainty
luncheon the guests departed, each
wishing Mrs. Warner health, happiness,
and many more birthdays.
On Thursday afternoon, March 9, im
mediately following the close of school
the children of the Junior Department
and above, of the Millard Avenue Pres
byterian Church School are to meet at
the church and form, under the direc
lion of tlie pastor, trainingclasaee in the
Racramenta and ordinames of the
cbureli, preparing them for ’be Easter
The clams will
meet each Thu ns lay afternoon until the
Easter service. Parents are urged to be
come interested in these classes and
assist the Sunday Hchool workers in
making the moot ont of the lessons for
Folinwiug the C. E. Service on Sun-
day evening March 12, at the Millard
Avenue Presbyterian Church, the hour
of the regular church service will be
used in presenting the work of the col
lege board of the Presbyterian Church
in a lecture illustrated by the stereopti-
can with more than 50 slides, many of
A few friends of 8. W. White of
6137-430 Ave. 8. E. dropped in on him
on the evening of Feb. 29th, to help
him celebrate his thirteenth birthday.
Tho be looks much older than 13, the
age he claims to be, the weight of years
does not seem to hang heavy on his
head. The evening was very pleasantly
spent in games and music, Mrs. White
did her part by serving refreshments
and needless to say there was nothing
left of the birthday cake,
birthdays Mr. White, combined with
happiness and health.
Miss Edna Berke, who is tesching
school at Barton, spent Sunday with
Grandma Kesterson has returned from
a visit ot several wee ks with her
daughter, Mrs. C. M. Harrison of
G. N. Sager was m Gresham Tueeday
Mike Heinrich waa a Gresliam
on business matters one day this
A. M. Van Cleve of Vancouver
valley visitor Monday.
Geo. Beemer of Kendall waa a visitor
at the home of his brother. E. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson of Sell-
wood came out Saturday and staid over
Sunday with Mr. Olson’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Olson.
Del Regal ia building himself a new
Wm. Dallas of Damascus reports that
snow fell to the depth of a foot at that
place during the last storm.
Pleasant Valley Grange meets in
March 11th, for the purpose of discuse
ing the feasability of organizing a co
operative buying and selling association.
A strange man, apparently demented,
created a little excitement here last
Saturday by running into every thing
and everybody he happened to meet in
the road. Some one telephoned Sheriff
Hurlbert and he came out and got him.
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giving Kickapoo Worm Killer untill all
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Reports say Portland will have a
$1,500,000 shin yard, employing 1500
The St. Johns Lumber Oo., closed for
18 months, will resume operations with
Six months round trip tickets on sale from
principal Northwest cities to Los Angeles,
Pasadena, Orange Empire, Long Beach and
Santa Barbara. Stopovers allowed at all
Panama California exposition open all the
year at San Diego. Exhibits from all prin
cipal countries of the world.
See Southern California by electric cars of
the Pacific Electric Railway. “Orange Em
pire,” “Balloon Route”, “Old Missions”,
“Triangle,” and “Mt Lowe” trolley trips.
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