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About Mt. Scott herald. (Lents, Multnomah Co., Or.) 1914-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1916)
In the grip of some sweet wild passion,
When You Have A Gold
‘ montiM. you nine ouneaose«.
Blood rushed to the dwarf'« face till no inkling of which had approached
it attention, avoid exposure, tie
It grew black and coqgeatad, then him until now Its Intensity, Its vol
and careful of your diet, also
failed until he lay white and silent,
Arletd Bdptlst (hurch
shaking In the rigors of suppressed drunken tumult, delightful, distracting commence taking Dr Klug’s New Dis
9:46 a. m. Bible Schoo).
covery. It contains Pine-Tar, Antisep
11 a. m. Freaching service.
“Nobody ever took a shot nt me and marry her! Yet why not? Why tic Oils and Balaams. Is slightly laxa 8:00 p. m. Evening services.
got off with It. but I might have let
7:00p m. B. Y. P. U. meeting.
ly l>e love, ami what els«* mattered? tive. Dr. King's New Discovery eases
K :0o Thursday Prayer meeting.
you go If you hadn’t killed the Itld.
your cough, mki II m -« your throat and
Everybody welcome to any and all of
"bld he die? Tell toe! Tell me!
bronchial tubes, etacks your cold, starts these services.
'Twa« Id« first job, and be got so rat- lie stretched Ids long, iron muscled
W. T. 8, Spriggs, [>astor.
tied lie let you plug him. The paiw-rs term« He picked the blue fmge tender to ciear your lo-ad. In a short time
don't «ay what becomes of him, but 1 ly frotu the floor. and as be did so Its you know your cold is U tter. It« the
want to know. Quick.” He shook the dying Incense reached bla nostrils. standard family cough syrup in use over Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
Moreover, as he stooped tie saw him 40 years. Get a bottle at once. Keep
10 a. m. Subliath School.'
It wan not fright that silenced the self—saw hl» distorted figure—and at it in the house as a cold insurance, .-fold
11 a. m. Morning worship.
I 7:p. rn. Y. P. 8. C. E.
little man. but a blinding, speechless
7 :45 p. m. Evening worship.
rage. Never laid such an Insult gone With a despairing cry he crushed the
7 :30 p. m. Thursday, midweek service.
uneaten. Bart hud gibed at his de letter to him; then, a» If jealous of tbo
Will Sloan’s Liniment Relieve Pain?
8 p. m. Thnrsdav, choir practice.
formity, bad gouged roughly at his tight, be «battered the lamp and, hurl
Rev. Wm. H. Amos, Pastor.
one most paluful spot—and that un ing himself into tils bunk, bld bis hope
Try it and see—one application will
justly, too, for no one Luck iu Call
prove more than a column of claims.
fonila carried less of a hunch than
St. Peter s Cdtholic Church
James 8. Ferguson, Phila , Pa. writes:
Shorty*«. Nobody had firmer, cleuner
“I have had wonderful relief since I
The Automobil« Craze
muscles than bln. nlbelt the legs be-
8 a. m. Low Mass.
used Sloan's Liniment on my knees. To
10:30 a. m. High Mara.
! neath were odd. Speech refused him.
Continued from Last Week
n» ii »<» <>y me ruegy guige.
8:30 a. m. Bunday School.
think after all these years of pain one
A stranger npjx-un-d running ex< tted Inxtead, ho spat vp-lotisly, «put unerr
12 M. Cboii reheareal.
“There are 3,500,000 automobiles in application gave me relief.
"IxH.k here What the deuce doe" ly down the trull, autunon<*d from tin- ingly at his captor, and a sentence
Week days; Mass at 8 a. m.
thia mien? 1 <nn‘t witness that till the claim above by the fu»lllade. lie pre shot forth with It:
this country that are valued at about thanks for what your remedy has done
“1 ain't no hutnpliack!“
■Itfuaturea are there."
«noted tile repugunnt possibility ot n
»2,o00000,000. In 1RV8-’9P this country, forme.” Don’t keep on suffering, ap
“Nover mind nil them technicalities re enforcement, ao Shorty au ung about. U At the n' t Bart's excitement froze,
Seventh Day Adventist Church
which had been almost prostrate so far ply Sloan’s Liniment where your pain is
If thia here ennnon don't get het up ou ' and Ida fl rut «hot aung a tune of cold
10 a. m. Saturday Habbath School.
me I'll have plenty of «igtialures on unwelcome over the tnnn'n bead, willI" ¿rent hmtpknlfc lay. He tested the pointe I as business was concerned for several
11 a. m. Saturday preaching.
7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Pray er meeting.
there by breakfast time."
til« second «I Irrisi up a discount gir:': with bls thumb—au unpleasant sight years, received something over 12,000,- Penetrates without rubbing. Buy it at
7:45 p. m. Sunday preaching.
“I’ll knife you for that!*’ said be.
With much reluctant*« Hoffmeister piltT of pine needle« about lil» l<-.•*
1)00,000 for food from the world outride any Drug Store. 25c.
*« he picked up the weapon, how that was starving.
attached hl« name. ¡le luid learned The newcomer «topiari with act brake»
that the mad to great unpleaanntne«« | it nd. all tnqulaltireneaa «atlstled, tied ever, his eye caught the blue letter
Kern Park Christaln Church
Now if that amount transformed the
lay In thwarting hla underaUed friend. I sllvutly back up trail, while Shorty re hanging above. It lighted on the alg-
Corner 69th St. «nd 46th Ave. 8. E.
"IV lag." le»» »eresi in the tn I sumeri id» eeo’iemce on the «-»»t>lri.
10 a. m. Bibl- 8ch<iol.
.• <. prea-hing rer-
iiuui « wUln'i.t discusión ami without
<ters. As the Wilkins biotin :« vanU .o. »urlx-1. Ii- suatclx* I at It. and at this produce '
An eaatern great newspaper before us
6:30 p. rn. Christain Endeavor.
reading. Ho soon after midnight Shorty . Ilmplugly amoag th- troix. vowing su-rilege ShoHy writhed insanely, find
7:30p. m. Thursday, mid-week prayer
: vengi-HiK'e of a fearful type, the little I Ing bls voice nt last.
lift (lie trail.
says te ns oi thousands of farmers have
"Take your nnsty hands o!Fn that purchased automobiles and a good
The Golden l'lve<-e Ilea pli-tmrsquely man grinned after them In rare anti»
91 and Foster
A cordial welcome to all.
letter!" he yelled.
In a narrow gorge overhung by wood ' fautlon.
many of them have mortgaged their
Rev. G. K. Berry, Pastor.
ed hills, mid Ils < «bin squats iu au
home« to buy them.
open glndo among the pine« It la u wrapped the blue letter and, wiping
Formerly those farmers raised horses
quaint spot The log house with Its the powder stains from bls fingers, re Ils purport- Striding to Shorty's side,
St. Pauls t plscopal Church
STOVE and FUR
mud daubed walls is cu< irclvd by u
; One block south of Woodmere rtstion.
They did not ac-
Holy Communion the first Sunday of
tln> clearing, beyond which I» n forest schedule, but be h«<| not planned be In hln passion, while his voice was still nearly all ’ profit.
cumlate money very fast even then
each month at 8 p. m, No other eer-
of wlil»p< ring, smooth backed tree«. yond a recovery of the claim. Tho tioarse.
' vices that day.
The grivelly trail winds up dong the : problem wah «utili complet. The tro
“What does this menu? It says Link ! Now they do cot raise horses for the de- ; supplies, champion Sanitary
Every other Sunday the regular ser-
i rnand for horses ban so fallen that there >
frothing river, ami over all Is the puls I men needed money, not mh hi le plu' er CuMliiug's alive—in Houoiulu."
Fountains, Grit and Shell ! vice* will be m nsoeL
ing. cooling ■ ■•ng of tin* stream.
Imine, but quirk mmeÿ "ritta “ money ! "Drop it. I say!" shouted the prisoner, ; is no profit in raising common horses 1
Evening Prayer and sermon at 4 p. m.
Boxes, Dry and Wet Mash
As day broke sounds becario audlb'e 1 for all be know.
Sunday School meet- at 3 p. m. B.
kicking savugeiy. "You le’me up an* Rut they buy autos and ga*oline to run j Hoppers and Troughs.
from the shn' k. Smote drifted front
A h th<* diye pa 4<nl worrvr preyed ' gl’me one l>elt at you with a pick han them.
Boatwright, Supt . L. M»ffett. Sec.
What is to I m * the outcome for I
the pin- And tlicio <> . iirr< I tie rattle i upon Shorty. It wi x not fear of the die that s 11 I want—Jest one wallop such farmers M mortgage their homes I We will Make Anything You
Rev. O. W. Tavtor Rector.
of breakfast prc| n: utlon... Nate Wil I Wl’klpa' return, but ilmt letter stariuz I’il learn ye to rend letters."
to make that purchase? And what is b> |
khv nt .'-ml. shirt sleeved and yawn iat him r<-|iron<*hftiliy from It» shrtm*
Bart forced him roughly buck.
Lents tvangeilcal Ghurch
1 the ultimate effect <>n farm labor?
GUTTERING and ROOFING
ing pt - dj .-•♦t*l> "ster | s I' hand. lover the table.
"Shut up. or I'll silt your gullet!"
Sermon by the Pastor, 11 a. m. and
i Will not such iartners each try to get Bring in Your Repainng, No Job
As tin* door swung Inwmr-i tinder Ills
He produced his strung box. a buk
The other only bounced on his bed in
7:15 p. m.
hand lie «t.irted. ii. :t g...cd with u< 'lug [Kinder can. and estimated his a q-nroxy ui of abuse, his one iutel- along with one hired man lees?
Snnday School 9:46 a. m., Albert
tool" r ent nt " t: ' toot III» <•»--- (III 1 cleanup«.
Before *he receipt of that vast sum |
■ Fankhsuger. Superintendent.
!i.. ' - i ut i.. l - running. "I ain’t no
the oi.: Ide of tin- <1 or. pinned thereto
"Thtimji-r an' mudt Here I’ve grub
i from abru.i l iu 1898’Ml. the farmers _________________________________
Y. P. A. 6.45 p. m. Paul Bradford,
by a huge clasp knife, wan n written j tied dirt like a steam drudger nu' them
kept th'-ir boys and girls out of school to I
document. As lie scanned its opening ain't enough to buy the girl u stack of
Prayer m«L<L.g TLnraday 8 p. m.
grant Gap way once." said the road do the work on the farm, not being able j
A cordial welcome to all.
line« the yawn left bls face, and be while chip»." he said aloud.
agent, “and I took him for a partner. ' to employ hired help.
T. R. Horuachach, Pastor.
spoke quickly to the men asleep.
On the seventh night ho lssiwtcd When you dropped him the day of the
This caused hundreds of thou-saiuis of
“Hey. boys! Wake up! lx»ok here, the pile. It was pitifully atuall, and
holdup I swore I'd kill you if it took ♦those boys and girls to rush away from Groceries,
despite Ills iMadily weariness his disap
Lents friend’s Church
At the tows of hl» vole« they came pointment found vent In uns|ieaktible twenty years. Bow'd you get to know home so soon as they reached maturity i Hardware, Farm Produce, Canned
«•-rambling out rn desbabllle, and as oratory, fle read the letter, as was fils bis sister?"
to the cities to live by their wits, as
9:45 a. m. Bible School. Mrs. Maud
At the lady's mention Shorty spoke their homes had become intolerable. All
they stared at the paper the slumber
«gain, sullenly at first:
92 Street and
11 :<M) a. m Preaching nervicea.
fled from (heir eyes. It tan ns follow«:
i 1 h < men who were making any money
“That was her on the stage with me
6:25 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Preaching Services.
that day. When you stuck us up J* let in those days were the interest-gatherers.
For vatu rec'd and to avoid trubhls wa
8:00 p. m. Thursday,
> Wilkins Hoy sail Mine and |Htaa up tor
drive at both of you. I busted your Having no other place to invest their
! prayer meeting.
kn-ps this hare Golden Fieus Claim to
Winchester lock an' creased the kid. I money they built up one city after
A cordial welcome to all these ser-
Mias MUllcant Cushln« or liar airs Now
tbrowed him in the wagon an' drove another prematurely. That was why in
and torvirr world without end. Amen
John Riley, Pastor.
ou. When I found he was her brother, the mighty depression that whole row of
HU-nod In the presenta of
■ — ■—
of course I couldn't give him up, so I northern cities from Buffalo, New York,
II B. HOFFMEI8TER
told 'em at the Wire bridge that he to beyond Minneapolis, Minn., took on
Lents Baptist Church
was a [Missengcr an' had got shot in , their abnormal and premature growth,
Appended to this model of brevity
Day. Bible School 9:45 a. m.
We carry a Complete Line of Plum b-
wns a note:
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
For some time the outlaw remained and in which the boys and girls from
I leer Plr »nJ Friends. I’lei» etna at yr
the profitless farms lost themselves.
Elmo Heights Sunday School. 2:39
arty co- vane and duck out or I wl'.l da
tec. <-■ » com a» It »;• t lito enuf to a hoot
B Y. P. U., 6:30 p m.
now?" »aid he. "I came near killing i ed soon, w hen as is predicted and ex
Tlie v. rilar I-* le-qs-Yitully hid out In th«
Evening worship. 7:30 p. tn.
brvah* and boa i it you covered at th«
pected there will be one automobile for
M. N. SADLER
A cordial welcome to tliese service«.
Wishing you n pt*-'".' .1
"Re au: c I ain't no humpback!" every Jweuty-five persons?
J. M. Kelson, l uster
Journey. Tours a.n«‘«roly,
yelled the little man loudly, reverting
This is not to try to discourage people
Fnructblng In this unuattal notice ex
to tils u .’ a ; eakable ind;gnlty. "Le'tne who are able to buy antomobil<*H. They
th- tn tin old- Wilkin",
up and light I.'ke a tuun."
fifth Church ot Christ
■ are a great convenience, of vast utility
ir-lt nro-ly ren hlng t<> puU
Tho <.;! r i < ,• <nl. J bint siraugely, al
Fifth Church of Christ. Scientist of
It tlov .1
most in wonder, but no bint of amuse
Myrtle Park Hall,
Dr. P. J. O’DONNELL
“Ain't that 4 lilt?"
But the farmer tv!
ment lay in bls eyes. At last he apol-
: Myrtle Park.
The hili' ' r In '.to In his throat,
ogized: "I beg your panion. Shorty. I i home to buy an automobile is crazy, and
Service» Sunday 11 a. m.
however, when lie felt the swish mid
Sunday S<.-hooJ 9: i0 ami 11 a. m.
didn't mean it. Y- u sure ain't a hump i in the event cf a national depression, or
thud of n bullet 111 the door, followed
Wednesday evening testimonial meet-
back. We've !>ee:i too good enemies not . a failure of his crop, or either of a
by the wlckisl bark of a ride among
; ing 8 p. m.
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b , and I u >.M- to —u——uu iu a »e I
ililS ItUiiiV. —OlXXXHUl S V» CVKijt.
"Iley, what's the matter with you?"
hoard considerable about you. off aud
yelled Nate from within the calila.
Lents M. f. Church
“Oh, I'tfl nil right," boomed the little "For God's sake let up!” y«ll«d a voles, on.”
School 9:45. a. m.
lie cut the lacings, and Shorty rolled
man. "BeNcr si^n that deed, fer 1
Barnum &, Baily Circus Coming
Pteaching 11:00 a. m.
ain't goltt' to Ire jewed down none In
Services at Bennett Chapel at 3 p. m-
terms. You < an *glt bionkfu-t down at Ills bunk. As n miner he «as nut a sue | “I never went back on a partner."
Epworth Li-ague 6:30 p, m.
At last the welcome news has been
camp, otherwise I'll lay you nil out
Preachihg 7:30 p. tn.
for the boy than I ever could, and announced that the youngsters and
Cash Shoe Repairing Shop
Praver meetiug Thursday evening at
side by »Ide an' pick daisies for you.”
As he censed apeBklng lite spurted * c 'ina which requires bodily violence to when you need any help let me know. | oldsters of this vicinity will have an op-, 8009 92nd St. South of Station, Lents : 7:30.
W. R. F. Browne, pastor.
from tho cabin wludow mid n bullet break; others, necustomed to tbo . 1 feel like I owed it-to you.”
i portnnity to visit the Barnnm A Bailey
I .dorms of life In the open, maintain a ■ Shorty's mind acted quickly.
8 >rd St.
glanced from tbo bowlder behind ie:i ■one»» of wvrtuhi nerves which a
¡Greatest Show on Earth. This great I
which he crouched. I itplomntlc rela
mere unfamilinr presence will disturb. ■ that letter ssya they're plumb busted l circus will lie within easy traveling dis- j
In this claKs Shorty tnul considered I —the girt an' the old lady. Well. I've tan^e when it exhibits in Portland on
Ldurelwood M. L Church
Wagon Repairing and General
himself, but tonight ilia exhaustion and j tore this flat all up lookin' for gold. Sept. 8.
9:45 a. in. Sunday school.
discouragement dulled film, and so it i I've wallered in work disgraceful to a
Thi» year Barnum dt Bailey announce
I 11:00 a. tn. preaching.
was that be invoke suddenly to find j section gang till I've wore blisters on an all new novelty circus, composed of
12:30 a. m class meeting
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
himself lighting with desperation. It every shovel handle around the place. I more foreign acts tnan ever before. 'An Matt Greenslade, Foster Road
j 7:80 p. iq. preaching.
was too late, however. Ho had been For results look ut this an' weep."
Ttie pastor is assuteil by a chorus choir
He displayed his tin can. with its ; important feature is the new, Oriental
pinned to Ills conch ns lie lay and now
and the Amphion Male Quartette.
In his atruegles felt the heavy weight meager yellow »‘outeats. “Now. a'pose
8:00 p. m. Thursday evening, prayer
nnd writhing muscles of a large man you blow in with some of that ill got Pageants of The Thousand and One
Nights.’’ In this gorgeous display more
crushed upon III« arms nnd chest, while ten wealth of your’n."
Dr. C. R. Carlos, pastor.
"■Bet I will." heartily replied the tall than 1,360 persons participate. The
a hot breath beat into his face.
They Stared at th« Pap«r.
"It's the big Wilkins," he thought,
Oriental music incidental to the produc
lions thus severed, Shorty wasted uo "nnd the others la waitin' ’longside for duced much currency, tossing it upon tion is rendered by 360 musicians, and
German Evangelical Reformed Church
more time in Idle chatter. Instead, tho finish."
tho table until the watcher's eyes grew
Corner Woodstock Ave., and 87th St.
FIRST CLASS WORK
sighting closely, he began to shoot the
lie fought till the blood thrummed romid nnd wondering. As each explo actions of the pageant
Rev. W. G. Lienkaemper, pastor.
chinking out of the cabin.
dizzily in Ills ears nnd the breath
Sunday School 10 a in.
"tineas I'll have 'em under tho bed wheezed from him. but amid crncklug dwarf remarked: "You remind me of
Morning Wonihip. 11 a. tn.
shortly,” he said. "Soon as I get this Joints bls arms were noosed by his that pnssnge in the good book about usual novelty and variety. More than
Y. P. S. at 7:30 p. m.
German School and Catechetical Class
chink shot out I'll take tho one below.” sides, nnd a moment later be lay pant the Widder Cruse's oil—you never seem 4S0 arenic artists will appear in the
to run out. Sceris like your business various acrobatic, aerial and riding
The Herald is Only
' Saturday 10 a. m.
It Is emburrnaslng to cower In a one ing within the coils of a rintn.
roomed log hut while Its chinking« are
numbers, and an army of fifty of the
Then speech frothed out of him, and bus It« redeemin’ features."
"Yes; there’s easy money in it for funniest clowns on earth will keep the
$1.00 Per Year
aystematl-ally shot ous from corner to lie roared fenprecationa nt tho tribe of
Third United Brethren Church
corner. Bullets are apt to glance errat Wilkins, rich In Imagery and marvelous . nervy men," said Bart “1 need a part audience convulsed with laughter.
10 a. m. Sunday School.
ically and with (Higgling method.
In western word structure. The object
"Wouldn't wish any, thanks." quickly Among the new «cts to be offered tor
11 a. m. Preaching.
Nhorty exposed nothing of lilmself for of his obloquy worked impassively and
the first time this season are four great I
3 p. tn. lunior Christian Endeavor.
a target, whereas the "middle" Wil with ninrvehma dexterity for one
6:30 p. m. Senior Christian Endeavor.
“Well. I guess you're wise.” The troupes of Chinese artists, presenting a j
kins, as a result of too mail en savor, reared east of the Missouri; then, bls
7 JO p. m. Preaching.
reeled from the win . ml. < ttie me task completed, struck n match, light dark man sighed wearily. “It'« n fast complete Chinese circus, replete with,
:¡.ater il fiat ing the shelf lamp.
of one arm and so
let the women know where that, money famous Hanneford Family, champion I
tened ball rl<o. he i i Imo id a!i.ut
As the darkness tied, instend of the
Brentwood M. E.'Church
four Inches alt .i a
■ « tIh neces bulky awkwardness of tin- Junior Wil camo from.” lie stepped eutslde,' then riders of Europe, and another new im
m. Sunday School.
sury to tl.c eoob >
portation, as is also Signor Bagonghi, I
kins. Shorty bpheld the silhonette of a
11 a. n>. Preaching service.
er, and, ultimi i i ' ì. iti ì . db r.'.i* tall, clean walsfed, wide nhetildered marry the girl.”
Italy's fnm--iis dwarf equestrian. More
Rev. W. L. Witaon, Pastor.
c. | ii | vu*- man with the long black hair of an In j The little man stood a moment
but «paraci;, hi
than twenty trained animal acts «ill be'
bleeder, an I th.- si ! i of t—d in «u<’h dlan. He turned and the light gleam- I dumbly, theu leaped savagely at the
included in the program, headeil by
i -1*1 thè trkk
demoralizing <| ■'
cd ycllowly on the sallow, sinister face I “Here, you”— But Bart had melted Pallenlierg's two marvelous troupes of'
* >u've killed of Black Bart, the road agent
“For God's i ik
Camp No. -6)28, Royal
Into the night, and there came only trained liears.
82nd St. and 45th Ave.
Neighliors, mee»« regular Second
Bud!" yelled a v .
Tho sounds from tho prisoner coas the echo of his laughter nnd a rustle
The Barnrtn A Bailey Circus is larger
and Fourth Wednesdays of eaab
"Thanlt- • up!. .
. : r. < ontluuln« t'd sharply, and lie lay rigid, following j
Phone Tabor 2063
month at I. O. •> F IralL ^ecood
-, i't."- bang!-- the other's t -ovcuients with blazing across the carpet of pine need!««. this season than ever before and require !
Shorty closed the door, trembling so 89 cars tip transport it. It carries 1,4 i M)I
Wednesday«social mwling Neighbor»
-‘.'t.V jet." glances.
“alffîied that" b
bring your families end friend«.
I crack lie-
"I'd love to fini- i <
"Mv t ii tonight,' oh?" the outlaw that tho latch rattled beneath his persons ”86 horsv» and a greatly en-1
F" r o Wednesday, bq»'i-««.
touch. A strange new light had (lood-
’it» w-bllr spoke »ii- - ugly. Short} inHide<1
foro qulttiu' tii . *.
Neighoirg request'd to -ome. By
od him, as If from a sudden whipping larged mcnagi'rio of 108 cages and 41 ,
the roe t lug ol' J>; ■ t
‘T' k Icon on yuur tu.il f»r two , all of »n«W
order of the C-vcr*.
. i, u.iilllplled
iu the early morn
At The Churches |
Tin Shop in Lents
Coffman & Spring
DO IT NOW !
Washed Graded Gravel