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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1916)
Irn I fSATfiS
year 1649, from an Indian chief for a
“tu,rt "* P*raom*-nterio and a pair of
noka county. Ta., you know. Tbs
young lady la Miss Eva Bedford—I
reckon you've heard of tbe Bedfords.
cJ 11 Vi# U¿All
)/ Tui’kry red portlorea designed for a Hhe's seventeen and one of tho Bed-
Harlem fiat. I bavw always admired fordr, ef Bedford county. We’ve «loped
that Indian's perspicacity and g«««l from home to get married and we
Design 602. by GUnn L. Saxton, Architect, Minn«ipoli», Minn
to convince want to see New York. We got tn this
were afternoon. Homebody got my i«x;lu-t-
exactly the kind of poor artsbx-raU t««>k on ths ferryboat and I bad only
that turn ikmn their ii «»« mw at people 8 cents In «-bangs outside of it I'll
get some work somewhere tomorrow
ami we’ll get married."
"But, I asy, old man," said Pilkins
One evening PI Brins went down to
tn confidential low tones, "you can’t
tbe red brick house In Gvamrrey
k««ep tho lady out here tn the cold all
squire and made what be thought was night. Now. as for hotels”-
a icopooal to Alice v. d R Alice, with
"1 told you,” said the youth with a
her no«« turned down and thinking of broader smile, “that I didn't bav« but
3 cents. Bcslties, if I had a thousand,
and refused it and him. I’Ukina, sum
I!E spectacle of moning «11 bln resources as any good we’d have to wait here until morning.
You can nnderatand that, of course.
the money ra giTMtral would
an In I'm much obliged, but I can’t take any
llpbs of the pres discreet
money would provide. That of your money. Miss Bedford snd I
ent day going that his
have lived an outdoor life and we don’t
mltul a little cold. I'll get work of
o n t b e-Hubway
sum« kind tomorrow.
We’ve got a
trying to relieve
paper l>ag of cakes and chocolates and
the wants of tbe
We'll get along all right”
people la enough
“ Listen." said the millionaire, Im-
to make ths
preraively. "My name is Filkins and
great Al Rua-
I’m worth aererei million dollars. I
Chid turn Haroun In his grave. If not
happen to Ita ve in my pockets about
so then tbe assertlua should <lu so, th«'
real caliph having lawn a wit and a
$>«*> or $!««» tn rash. Ikm’t you think
scholar and therefore u hater of puna.
you are drawing It rather fine when
Uuw properly to alleviate the trou
you decline to accept as much of It
bles of the poor la one of the greatest
as will make you and tbe young lady
troubles of the rich. But one thing
comfortable at least for the night?”
agreed upon by all professions« philan
“I can’t say, air, that I do think ao,”
PERSPECTIVE VIEW—FROM À PHOTOGRAPH.
thropists is that you must never band
saM Clayton of Roanoke county. 'Tva.
over any cash 0» your subject. Tbi
been raised to J««)k at such things dif
poor are notoriously temperamental,
ferently, But I'm mightily obliged to
and wheu they get money they exhibit
you. just the same.”
a strong tenden>*y to spend it for stuff
’Then you force me
ed olives and enlarged crayon portraits
night,” said tho millionaire.
instead af giving it to tha hrats fln ts n t
Twice that day had his money been
wonu-d by simple ones to whom hla
And still old Haroun had some ad
dollars had appeared aa but tin tobac-
vantages as an eleemoeynarlan. He
co tags. He was no worshiper of the
took around with him on his rambles
actual mint««! coin or stamped paper,
bls vizier. Glafar (a vlzlnr Is a compo
but he had always believed Iff ita al-
aite of a chauffeur, a secretary of state
most unlimited power to purchase.
and a night and day bank), and old
Pilkins walked away rapidly and
Uncle Mewrour. his axecutloner, who
then turned abruptly end returned to
toted a snickersnee
With this en
the bench where tbe young couple sat
tourage a callpbtim tour could bartlly
He took off his hat and began to
fall to ba successful. Ravs you no
■ pe«k. Th«- girl looked at him with
ticed lately any new simper articles
the same sprightly, glowing Interest
beaded “What Shall We Do With Our
Ex-presidentsT” Well. now. suppose settled li. Tbe lady turned io cold that sba bad been giving to the lights
Mr. Carnegie should engage them and that Walter Wellman himself would and statuary and sky reaching build
Jess Willard to go about assisting Ln have waited until spring to make a ings that made tlie old square seem so
far away from Bedfonl county.
the distribution of free libraries? Do dash for her in a dog sled.
"Mr.—er—Roanoke.” said Pilkins, "I
you mippa*' '«uy town would have the
But FUklmi was something of a sport admire your—your lndepen—your idiocy
FIRST FLOOR PLAN.
SECOND FLOOR PLAN.
bartllluxxl to refuse one? That callpb-
himself. You can't fool all the mil so much that I’m going to appeal to
aions combination would cause two
lionaires every time tbe ball drops on your chivalry. 1 believe tliat’a what
Rbrarhm to grow where there had bwn
For a suburban, small village or farm home this plan is without equal.
tho Western Union building.
you southerners call it when you keep There are three reasons why this plan is unusually good for the purpose«
only one set of E. P. Roe's works be-
*Tf at any time," he said to A. v. d. a lady sitting outdoors on a bench on
stated above— first economy in construction; second, amount of space for the
But. as I said, the money caliphs IL, “you feel that you would like to a cold night just to keep your old, size of the building; third, ample chamber capacity. There is space In the
are handicapped, They bave the Men
out of date pride going. Now, I've a third story for three chambers in case this is built as a farmhouse. There
that earth has no sorrow that dough like that”
friend- a lady—whom I have known may also be a bath installed in the third story for hired help. The third
Pilkins audaciously touched n jack all my life—who lives a few blocks 1 story so finished will add about $500 to the cost of the whole. The estimate
cannot heal, anil they rely upon It sole
rose that she wore loosely In her hair.
from here—with her parents and sis is given without this third floor finished. The coat closet under the stairs
Al Rascbld administered justice,
“Very well." «aid she. "And when ters and aunts and ail that kind of in mny be eliminated and provide an entrance from the grade door in the rear
rewarded tbe deserving and punished
Whomsoever ho disliked on the - spot. I do you will understand by It that dorsement, of course. I am sure this direct to the third story without even passing through the kitchen. This is a
either you or 1 have learned some lady would be happy and please«! to very remarkable and unusual feature for a house designed along these lines.
He wns the originator of the short
Wheuever he succored thing now about the purchasing power put up—that is, to have Miss—er—Bed The layout of the first and second floors of the house makes a good com
of money. You've been spoiled, my
any chance pickup In the liazaars he
ford give her the pleasure of having fortable. livable home, with the central staircase ball idea. Size, 32 feet wide
always made the succoree tell tho friend. No; I don't think 1 could mar her as a guest for tbe night. Don't I and 28 feet deep over the main part. Full basement. First story, 0 feet; sec
and story of Ills life. If tbe narrative ry you. Tomorrow 1 will send you you think, Mr. Ronoake of—er—Vir- I ond story, 8 feet In the clear when finished. Birch or maple floors through
lacked construction, style and esprit back the preseuts you have given me." gin la. that you could unbend your prej- j out first and second stories. 1*4 Inch face. Finish in first story red gum, eee-
“Presents!" said Pilkins in surprise.
ond story southern cypress, birch or Washington fir. Cost to build, exclusive
be commanded Ills vizier
udlces that far?”-
uaver gave you a present in my life.
out a couple of thousand teu dollar
Clayton of Roanoke rose and held of beating and plumbing, $2,960.
notes of the First National Bank of I would like to sra a full length por out bis band.
Upon receipt of $1 the publisher of thi« paper will furnish a copy of
the Bosporus, or else gnve him a soft trait of the man that you would take a
“Old man." he said, “Miss Bedford Saxton's book of plans, “American Dwellings.” It contains about 250 up to
job as Keeper of tbe Bini fired for the
“You’ve forgotten." said Alice v. d. will be much pleased to accept the hos date designs of cottages, bungalows and residences costing from $1.000 to $6,000.
Bulbuls Ui tha Imperial Gardens. If
with a little smile. “It was a long pitality of the lady you refer to.”
the story was a crackerjack he had
Pilkins conducted them to the crum
time ago when our families were
Masruur. the executioner, whack off
neighbors, You were seven, and 1 was bly red brick house of the Von der
bis head. The report that Haroun Al
His card brought Alice
DUELS OVER TRIFLES.
Scientists assure us that the longest
Ram-bld Is yet alive and la editing tbe trundling my doll on the sidewalk, downstalra wondering.
dream we ever have—even the dream
magnzlne that your grandmother used You gave me a little gray. hairy klt-
ten with aluM'buttouy eyes, lts head
that seems to carry us on through sev At One Time Almost Any Incident Was
to subscribe for lacks confirmation.
Alice. “Haven't those southern girls
an Excuse For a Meeting.
An«1 now follows the "Story of the came off, and it was full of candy. a thoroughbred air? Of course she eral days—actually occupies no more
Duels at one time were fought for
Millionaire," "The lnefllcaclous Incre You paid 5 rants for It—you told me will stay here. You will look after than a single second!
Some authorities maintain that if the merest trifles. Colonel Montgom
ment” and 'The Babes Drawn From so. 1 haven't the candy to return to Mr. Clayton, of course."
you. I hadn't developed a conscience
any one of our dreams were to last ery was shot tn a duel about a dog.
"Will I?" said I’llklna delightedly,
Young Howard Filkina, the million-' at three, so 1 ate It But I have the “Oh. yea, I’ll look after him! As a longer than a single second we should Colonel Ramsey in one about a serv
die. Other authorities are convinced ant, Mr. Featherstone tn one about a
al re. got hla money ornitbologlcally.
citizen of New York and therefore a that we do not dream at all when we recruit. Sterne's father In one about a
He was a shrewd judge of storks and
Beneath the lightness of Alice v. d. part owner of Its public parks I’m go are asleep, but only in the fraction of goose, and another gentleman in one
got In on the ground floor at the resi
talk tho steadfastness of her re- ing to extend to him the hospitality of time when we are (as Shakespeare has about a bottle of anchovies. One offi
dence of his Immediate ancestors, the
showed firm and plain.
So Madison square tonight He’s going expressed it) “ ’twixt sleep and wak cer was challenged for merely asking
Filkina Brewlug company.
his opponent to pass him a goblet. An
to to sit there on a l>ench till nawning. ing.”
mother was a partner tn the business.
There’s no use arguing with him.
It is also argued that dreams are other was compelled to fight about a
Finally old man Filkins died from a
isn't it wonderful? I'm glad you’ll nothing but distorted ideas and images pinch of snuff. General Barry was
torpid liver, and then Mrs. Filkins died be off with his abhorred millions.
look after the little lady. Alice. I tell passing through the drowsy mind and challenged by a Captain Smith for de
from worry on account of torpid de
you those 'Babes In the Wood’ made being no more than extraordinary clining wine at a dinner on a steam
livery wagons—and there you have through Madison squnre. The hour my—that is—er—made Wall street and
variations of thlngB that have happen boat. although the general pleaded as
young Howard Filkins with $4.000.000. hand of th«* clock hung about 8. The the Bank of England look like penny
ed or of tliiugs that we have thought an exense that wine Invariably made
and a good follow at that. He was
or read in our waking moments; they him sick, and Uentenant Cowther lost
an agreeable, modestly arrogant young freezing point. The dim little square
Miss von der Ruyallng whisked Miss can have no possible association with his life in a duel because he was re
man. who implicitly believed that
Bedford of Bedford county up to rest our future. But, on the other hand, fused admittance to a club of pigeon
mon«>y could buy auytbiug that tbe ; room, with Its four walls of houses
ful regions upstairs. When she came dreams have been credited with pro- shooters.
world had to offer. Ami Bagdad-ou-
down she i»ut an pbptic meanings since the days when
In 1777 a duel occurred in New York
thv-Subway for a long time did every lights. Only a few loiterers were hud-
oblong small the world was young, and dream books between Lieutenant Featherstonbaugh
thing itoaalble to encourage bls Itellef.
pasteboiird box are still published and purchased and of tbe Seventy-fifth and Captain Mc
But suddenly Pilkins came upon a
But the rut trap caught him at last.
Into P i 1 k 1 n s’ consulted by the million.
Pherson of the Forty-second British
Ho heard the spring snap and found youth sitting brave and. as If conflict
regiment in regard to the manner of
bls heart In a wire cage regarding a
eating an ear of corn, one contending
Puts In Boots.
piece of cheese whose other name was
she said, "that I
No collection of fairy tales is com- .that the eating was from the cob and
the light from the globe of an elec’rlc.
Alice von der Ruyallng.
am returning to plete without “Puss In Boots," and it the other contending that the grain
Tbe Von der Ruysilngs still live In
is interesting to know that it has should be cut off from tbe cob before
that little atjuare about which so much dreamy, happy. Around her shoulders
“Oh. yes. I re amused the children of a hundred gen eating. Lieutenant Featherstonbaugh
has been said and in which so little was, palpably, the missing coat of the
member," said erations. Tbe various versions of the lost his right arm, the ball from his
has been done. Today yon hear of Mr, cokl defying youth. It apiteared to be
Filkins, with a story differ materially, however. It is antagonist's pistol shattering the limb
Tilden's underground passage, and you
sigh, "the woolly believed that the Zanzibar version is fearfully, so much so that it bad to be
bear Mr. Gould's elevated passage, and the Wo«xi," revised and brought up to
the original. There the man is un 1 amputated. Major Noah lost his life
that about ends the noise In the world date, with the exception that tbe rob
He left Clayton grateful to the clever cat and Is pun j in 1827 at tbe dueling ground at Hobo
made by Gramercy square. But once ins hadn't turned up yet with the pro
on it park bench ished by awaking to find his prosperity ken tn a simple dispute about what
it was different The Von der Ruys- tecting leaves.
and shook bands a dream. In France. Italy and India was trumps in a game of cards.—Lon
Pilkins sat on the bench, one seat re-
lLn gs live there yet, and they received
with him heart- tbe cat is a swindler and the Marquis don Chronicle:
the flrat key ever made to Gramercy movc«1 from the youth. He glanced
of Carral>as is his accompilee. In Rus
cautiously and saw (as men do see and
"After I get sia and Sicily "Puss In Boots" is a
The Motor Ship Construction Co., of
You shall have no description of Alice women oh. never can!) that they were
work." said the moral story and th« cat helps the man California will establish a wooden ship
v. d. R. Just call up tn your mind of the same order.
youth. “I’ll look from motives of gratitude.
When yard in Portland.
Pilkins leaned over after a abort
the picture of your own Maggie or Vera
you up. Your ad Crutkshank illustrated "Puss In Boots"
or Beatrice, straighten her noee, soften time and spoke to the youth, who ■Your present, that dress is on your he rewrote It and Introduced the moral
I am returning.”
her voice, tone her down and then tone answered smilingly and courteously,
card, isn't it? motive of gratitude in the cat, but tbe
WILL MY CHILD TAKE
her up, make her beautiful and unat From general topics the conversation Thanks. Well, good night I'm aw- American version does not point out
tainable, and you have a faint dry concentrate«! to the t>e<lrock of grim fully obliged to you for your kindness.
any motive. Why should the cat help
DR. KING’S NEW DISCOVERY?
point etching of Alice, The family personalities. But Pilkins did it as No, thanks. I don't smoke.
Good bis master to title and riches? In our
ownel a crumbly brick Uouae and a delicately and heartily as any caltph night."
story bo is a weak fellow who doe«
coachman named Joseph In a coat of could have done. And when It came
In his room I'ilkltis opened the box nothing to help himself, and we feel
This beat answer is Dr. King's New
many colors, and a borae so old that to the point the youth turned to him, and took out tbe staring, funny kit-
that the cat la throwing hfs energies
Its a pleasant sweet
he claimed to belong to the order of •oft voiced and with hla undlminiahed ten. long ago ravaged of his candy and away on an idler.—Bt. Louts Gtobe- Discovery itself.
syrup, easy to take.
It contains the
the PeriModactyla, and had toes ln- ■mile.
I minus one shoe button eye. I’Ukina Danaocrat
stead of hoofs In the year 1898 the
medicines which years of experience
“I don’t want to aram unapprecta- « looked at It sorrowfully.
Parrot a WHnaea.
family had tn buy a new set of har- Rve, «M man." ho «aid. with a youth’s
have proven beet for Coughs and Colds.
“After all." be said, “I don't believe
Ia tho suit of Mrs. Kittle Pope of
neea for the Perissodactyl.
Before somewhat too early opontanelty of ad- that Just money alone will**—
Tboee who have used Dr. King’s New
Bloomington. Ilk. agalaat Mrs. Nellie
using It they made Joaeph smear it drara, "but you aee, I can’t accept
And then he gawe a shout and dug Clark for assault the stoat important Discovery longest are its beet friends.
over with a mixture of aahee and eoot anything from a stronger
I know Into the bottom of the box for some
Besides every bottle is guaranteed.
It was the Von der RuysMng family you’re all right and Tm tremendous!» thing elad that bad been the kitten’s testimony was given by a parrot owned
by Mrs. Clkfrk, the only witness of tha you don’t get satisfaction you get your
that bought the territory between the obMgsd, but I «ne l 'a’t think of borrow
resting place-« crashed but rad. fla assault, which kept repeating sonte money back. Buy a hottie, use ae di
Bowery and Ent river and Rtvlngton Ing from anybsRy.
Tow •*«, r«a grant, gtarteua, pesraMng Jsequemliuil
words of incriminating nature that hla rected. Keep what is left for Cough and
hteeet and the Utatne of. Liberty, la the Maoew Clayw teg Clayteu of Ro«- rose.
mistress bad need.
iLvJ/ 11 ¿1
1 MODERNIZED COLONIAL DESIGN.
yo* lh-t th* Vo" d,'r Kuy"ll»«gs
IL—The Discounters of
By O. HENRY
I At The Churches I
Arteta Baptist Church
9:46«. m. Bible School.
II «. m. Trenching service.
8:00p. m. Evening service«.
"lOOp. m. B. Y. P. U. meeting.
8:00 Thursday Prayer meeting.
Everybody welcome to any and all of
W. T. 8. Spriggs, pastor.
Millard Avenue Presbytertan Church
16 a. m. Sabbath School.
11 «. m. Morning worship.
7:p. m. Y. P. 8. C. E.
7 :45 p. m. Evening worship.
7:30 p. m. Thursday, midweek service.
M p. m. Thnraday, choir practice.
Rev. Wm. H. Atnos, Pastor.
St. Peter s Catholic Church
8 a. m. Low Maas.
10:30 a. m. High Mass.
8:30 a. m. Sundsy School.
12 M. Cboit rehearsal.
Week Jays: Ma»« at, 8 a. m.
Seventh Day Adventist Church
10 a. m. Saturday Sabbath School.
11 a. m. Saturday preaching.
7 :30 p. m.Wednesday. Prayer meeting.
7:46 p. m. Sunday preaching.
Kern Park Chrlstain Church
Corner 89th St. and With Ave. 8. E.
10 a. m. Bible School.
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. tn. preaching ser
0:30 p. m. Christain Endeavor.
7:30p. m. Thursday, mid-week prayer
A cordial welcome to all.
Bev. G K. Berry, Pastor.
St. Pauls Episcopal Church
Ona block aoath of Woalmere station.
Holy Communion the first Sunday of
each month at 8 p. m. No ocher ser
vices that day.
Every other Sunday the regular ser
vices will be as usual.
Evening Prayer and sermon at 4 p. m.
Bunday School meat« at 3 p. m. B.
Boatwright, 8upt., L. Mafiett, See.
Rev. 0. W. Tavlor, Rector.
Letts Evao^MIcal Church
Sermon by the Paetor, 11 a. m. and
7:16 p. m.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m., Albert
; Fankhaueer, Superintendent.
Y. P. A. 6:16 p. m. Paul Bradford,
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
A rardial welcome to all.
T. R. Hornscbuch, Pastor.
Lents Erlend's Church
9:45 a.m. Bible School, Mrs. Maud
11:00 a. m Preaching services.
6:25 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Preaching Services«
8:00 p. m. Thursday,
A cordial welcome to all these ser
John Riley, Pastor.
Lents Baptist Church
Lord’s Day. Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Elmo Heights Sunday School, 2:30
B' Y. P. U., 6:30 p m.
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m.
A cordial welcome to these services.
J. M. Nelson, Pastor.
Fifth Church ot Christ
Fifth Church of Christ. Scientist of
Myrtle Park Hall,
Services Sunday 11 a. m.
Sunday Schoo! 9:30 and 11 a. m.
Wednesday evening testimonial meet
ing 8 p. tn.
Lents M. E. Church
Sunday Schoo) 9:45. a. m.
Preaching 11:00 a. m.
Services at Bennett Chapel at 3 p. m.
Epworth League 8:30 p, m.
Preachihg 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
W. R. F. Browne, pastor.
Residence 5703 81rd St.
Laurelwood M. E. Church
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00 a. m. preaching.
12:30 a. m. class meeting.
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
7:30 p. m. preaching.
The pastor is aseistci by a chorus choir
and the Amphion Male Quartette.
8:00 p. m. Thursday evening, prayer
Dr. C. R. Carlos, pastor.
German Evangelical Reformed Church
Corner W.vwisbx’k Ave., and 87th St.
Rev. W. G. Lienkaemper, pastor.
>un«lay School 10 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Y. P. S. at 7:30 p. m.
German School and Catechetical Class
Saturday 10 a. m.
Third United Brethren Church
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m Preaching.
3 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor.
6:30 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Brentwood M. E. Church
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching servioe.
Rev. W. L. Wilson, Pastor.
Magnolia Camp No. 4028, Royal
and Fourth Wednesdays of each
month at I. O. O. F. Hall. Serond
WednesilayBsocial meeting. NetgMon
bring yont familiee end friends.
Wednesday, b esi ne» *
Neighbors narated th come.
order of tha Camp