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*rts ak-eping heavily.
Don’t Let Skin Troubles Spread
Crowley awakene«l while the ana
"There ain't auy fraction there," tb*
was atlll golden, hla joint a aching ex other averred loudly. “We own them
Trivial blemishes are sometimes the
They had slept four claim*. I told you we had everything
first warning of serious skin diseases.
Arleta baptist Church
hours. He boiled tea on the miners' covered.•“
Neglected sain trouble* grow.
9:45 a. m. bible School.
stove and fried a pan of salt pork, but
“You record them fractional"
Hobaon’s Eczema Ointment promptly
11 a. tn. Preaching service.
was too tired to prepare anything else,
“I won’t do It! I'll see you in"—
8:00 p. m. Evening services.
ao they drank the warm bacon grease
Crowley reached forth suddenly and stops the progress of eczema, heals
7:00 p tn. B. Y. P. U. meeting.
clear with their tea.
strangled him an he sat. He buried stubborn cases
8:00 Thursday Prayer meeting.
As Huck strove to arise tils limbs hl* thumb* In hi* th rout, forcing him blotchy, red and scaly skin. The anti
Everybody welcome to any and all of
rave way weakly so that he fell, and roughly ha< k against it bunk. Further septic qualities of Dr. Hobson's Eczema these service*.
it took him ninny moments to recover and further tie crushed him till the Ointment kill the germ ami prevent the
W. T. 8, Spriggs, pastor.
! man lay pinioned and writhing on hl* spread of the trouble. For cold sores or
"Where's the best chance. pardnerT" i hack. Then lie knelt on him, shaking
chapped hands, Dr. Hoboon’a Eczema Millard Avenue Presbyterian Church
ami worrying him like a great terrier.
they queried of the men on the dump
16 a. tn. Sabbath School.
At the flr«t commotion the cripple* Ointment offers prompt relief. At your
el), there ain't none very close
IL a. tn. Morning worship.
1 by. We've got things pretty well cov
7:p. rn. Y. P. 8. C. E.
7:45 p. m. Evening worsbip.
Linn county will pave 20o miles of
only FiX Of
7:3h p. rn. Thnreday. midweek eervice.
8 p. tn. ThtirMav, choir practice.
A Oil. Vol i
t bohl but 1 »iS c!u1 IflH IM'
Rev. VYm. H. Amoe, Pae tor.
( hdfdcter In Readinq
•UHj, yr ■H wc <■in.
-e rot i
The You t h * m i rn i ls rAt r»
St. Peter s Catholic Church
i than entert tin: It affords the ria
1 Foo ”
> rii1'n Lal and moral tonic.
t'rov 'ey'» Htmken e’en blazed
8 A. tn. Low Ma*».
41 told, contributed L
lOUiOa. in. HigbfMaa*.
(me clulrn I.
8:30 a. tn. Sunday School.
of stories, but they i
■'i for ai.v m.m If i t h good and
12 M. Choii rehearaal.
Week days: M om at h a. tn.
tho I m ast hoime*. They do not tbr
nr over the tawdry thio
Etc < fl tlw* iithor tronfi
Seventh Day Adventist Church
li re In the Shou'/.iim district now
STOVE and FUR
10 a. m. Saturday Sabbath School.
the healthful, the »in
io I annua
I nr lu*vo. ; It til: Ite» six men t<> orgt
11 a. rn. Saturday j>r-a<-iiing.
1 th« tru« life uf tlta greater
*r»»tu it icrovp ling group of foothills .1 Wc <> r'.unlz4-d
7:30 p. m.Wednesday. Praver meeting
I'm It. If you I thfir ««IvpnturpK>, their cor irtiK. of tera-
electc <1 a recor«l<-r.
We make all kinds of chicken
7:45 p. rn. Sunday preaching.
d«ndhitf Mimi if. Nfrcne. terrible In k* don’t like our rules yond er Is the <1! 1 H'rnruPht, tin ir failure* a
supplies, champion Sanitary
pro|M>rt|onM. 1Kvi-n In their fatigue the. vide We've got the U, S government jin 1917 The <Lh irn panion will print 12
Fountains, Grit and Shell
Kern Park Christain Church
exfbiiowd h !<>
back of us Hee!”
»«■rial» ami story grouiM beeido Cully 250
Boxes, Dry and Wet Mash
Corner 69th St. and 46th Ave. 8. E.
Crowley's language lx*cnme purely I single stories ami sketches, »11 for >2.00.
■’IL' m Mount McKinley!"
Hoppers and Troughs.
10 a. m. Bible School.
•V pj »! Tull <---t wurt on the fnce <*f lo al but the other continued unruf
The Forecast for 1917, which we will
11 a. tn. and 7:30 p. tn. preaching ser
We will Make Anything You
There’« the creek ’ <• fled
send on request, Udis all about the great
^o down, HIM* !" Crowley Indicated i
"We knew you all was coming, so
Want out of Sheet Metal
6:30 p. ra. Christain Endeavor.
wutpr rotinm which ineniiflcrcil uwi
we sort of loaded up. If there’s any feature* of the coming volume.
7:30p. tn. Thursday, mid-week prayer
GUTTERING and ROOFING
through canyon* ami broad reacfn
ground hereal>out that we ain't got
Bring in Your Repairing, No Job
A cordial welcome to al).
W<- fuller It to yonder cron* valle.. blanketed It's purely an oversight. scribers for The Youth’s Companion
Rev. G. K. Berry, Pastor.
then eiiNt to there." To Buck’s mln 1 There's
farther out can have also McCall’s Magazine fori
hl* gesture hi'ludeil a tllite.l realm n« though.” and lie swept them a mocking 1917—both publications for $2.10.
farrenclilng a « a state.
Our two-at-one price offer includes: -
St. Pauls episcopal Church
I Stretched upon the Imre schist, com
"Help yourselves and pass up for
One block south of Woodmere station.
1. The Youth’s Companion—52 issues
mandlng tlie back stretch, they munch more I’ll record 'em "
Holy Communion the first Sunday of
' isl slices of raw bm-on
each month at 8 p. m, No other ser
2. All the remaining issues of 1916.
"What's the fee?"
vice* that day.
Directly out toward the mountain's
"Ten dollars apiece."
3. The Companion Home Calendar
Every other Sunday the regular ser
foot two figure« crawled.
Crowley swore more savagely.
vices will be aa usual.
"There they come!" And Crowley
"You done a tine job of hoggin’, didn't
Evening Prayer and sermon at 4 p. m.
led, stumbling, sliding, into the strange
$1.00 Per Year
Sunday School meets st 3 p. m.
you? it's >2.30 everywhere else." But numbers of 1917.
Boatwright, 8upt., L. Maffett, See.
As thia was the south and early side
5. One 15-cent McCall Dress Pat
Rev. O. W. Tavlor Rector.
it the range they found the bills more , laughed carelessly aud resumed bis tern—your choice from your first num
lairren of snow. Water seeped Into
“Sorry you ain't pleased. Maybe ber of the magazine—if you send a 2-
Lents Evangelical Church
the gulches till the creek Ice was worn
cent stamp with your selection.
learn to like it”
Sermon by the Pastor, 11 a. m. and
THE YOUTH’S COMPANION,
As they turned away be continued:
7:15 p. m.
"This’ll be fierce." the Irishman re
Sunday 8chool 9:45 a. m., Albert
St. Paul St., Boston, Mass.
marked, "if she breaks on us we'll “I dou't mind giving you a bunch,
l-e bung up in the hills and starve I* though. Tackle that big creek about New Subecriptions Received at this Office.
Y. P. A. 8:45 p. m. Paul Bradford,
tore the creeks lower enough to get five miles down yonder. She prospect
ed good last fall, but you'll have to go
Prayer meeting Thursday 8 p. m.
Small streams freeze solidly to the clean to her head, cause we've got ev
A cordial welcome to all.
lot tom. and the spring waters west
T. R. Hornschnch, Pastor.
oEained through v
Eight hours later by the guiding
SWIFT < CO. ar« bein* quickly
downward from the surface. Thus
they found the creek awash, and, fol glare of the northern lights the two nership business heretofore conducted
Send a medei or sketches and description
of rtvir invention for FREE SEARCH
lowing farther. It became necessary to stumbled back into camp, utterly by Harry Julian and Wilburt Julian, as
Lents friend’s Church
an<l report on patentability. We get pat
wade In many places. They came to broken.
Julian Brothen, in tiie town of Lenta,
ent« or no fee. Write for our free book
9:45 a. m. Bible School, Clifford
of SOU needed inventions.
a box canyon where the winter snow
They bad followed the stream for Oregon, is this day dissolved by mutual
had packed, forming a dam, and, as miles and miles to find it staked by consent of the parties thereto.
11:00 a. m Preaching services.
6:26 p. tn. Christian Endeavor.
there was no way of avoiding It with the ¡xjwers of attorney of the six.
after Harry Julian will run 15c store at
Patent Lawyer*. E«t«b lilt.
7:30 p. m. Preaching Service*.
out retreating a mile and climbing the Coming to the gulch's head, to be sure,
.307 Seveath St, Washington, D. C.,
8:00 p. m. Thursday,
ragged bluff, they flout, lered through they found vacant ground, but refused
their packs aloft, the slushy water arm to elnlm such unpromising territory
A cordial welcome to all theee ser
Then the endless homeward march
"We'd ought 'a' took the ridges.' through the darkness Out of thickets
John and Nettie Riley, Pastor*.
Buck chattered, language slips forth and through drifts they burst, while
phonetically with fatigue.
fatigue settled on them like some hor
“No! Feller's apt to get lost Drop rid vampire from the darkness. Every
Lents Baptist Church
into the wrong creek—come out fifty step, being no longer luVoluutary. be
came u separate labor, requiring men
Lord’s Day, Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
"1 bet the others do anyhow," Buck tai concentration.
They were half
Elmo Heights Sunday School, 2:30
held stublairuly. "It's lots easier go dead tn slumber as they walked, but
their stubtiorn courage and smolder
P B” Y. P. U., 6:30 p m.
“Wish Sully would, but he’s too wise ing rage at the men who bn<l caused
Evening worship, 7:30 p. tu.
No such luck for me " A long pause thia drove them on. They suffered si
A cordial welcome to these services.
(Copied frotn Portland Oregonian.)
"I reckon I'll have to kill him liefore lently. because it takes effort to groan,
J. M. Nelson, Pastor
MONMOUTH. Ore., June 2«.—The Oregon Normal
he gets back." Again they relapsed and they hoarded every atom of en
Into miles of silence.
largest on record for state Normal in Oregon ....
Crowley's fancy fed on vengeance,
Many, many times Ruck rej»eated a
Fifth Church ot Christ
how to car* for large student body a problem ....
hatred livening Ids work worn facul poem. timing bis steps to its rhythm,
800 being crowded into auditorium with seating ca
Church of Christ. Scientist of
ties. He nursed carefully the inem rendering it over and over till it wore
pacity of 550. Galleries filled with extra chairs in
Myrtle Park Hall,
<>r.v of their quarrel, for It bel|>ed him a rut through Ills brain, his eyes fixed
aisles. More than 150 students seated on platform.
travel und took hla mind from the ag dully upon the glaring tires above the
New boarding houses completed, additions to room
Services Sunday 11 a. m.
ing houses built and tents used. One hundred girls
ony of movement and this aching sleep hilltops. For years a faintness came
Sunday School 9:30 and 11 a. m.
Wednesday evening testimonial meet
' over him with the memory of these
The official school report gives 150 grade pupils
ing 8 p. m.
The feet of both men felt like fear lines:
ful. shapeless masses.
Their packs Then dark they lie. and stark they Ila
Rookery, dune and floe.
leaned backward sullenly, chafing raw
Read what those you have elected to handle the
Lents M. t. Church
shoulder sores, and always the raven And the northern lights came down o'
nights to dance with the houseless
of your state and who are thoroughly informed
ous nioHqultoes stung and stung and
Sunday 8chool 9:45. a. m.
regarding school conditions in Oregon have to say
whined and whined.
Preaching 11:00 a. m.
Reaching the cabin, they found an
Bible Study Class, 5:30 p. m.
At an exclamation the leader turned. army of men sleeping heavily upon
concerning measure 308 on the ballot at the coming
Epworth League 6:30 p, m.
Mlles back, silhouetted far above on the wet moss. Among them was the
Preachibg 7:30 p. m.
the comb of the ridge, they descried
great form of Knute, but nowhere did
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
two tiny figures.
F. M. Jasper, pastor.
they spy Sully.
“Oregon is unquestionably in need of more normal
"That's what we'd ought 'a' done.
Residence 5703 8Jrd St.
With much effort they tore off the
school work and Pendleton is the logical place for a
They'll beat us in."
school of this class in Eastern Oregon.”
constricting boots and, using them for
"No, they won't. They'll have to pillows, sank into a painful lethargy.
By J. A. Churchill, Stats Superintendent of Public
camp tonight or get lost, while we can
Awakened early by the others, they
Laurelwood M. E. Church
"I trust that th* voter* of the State will assist 1*
keep goln'. Wo can't go wrong down took their stiffly frozen footgear be
raisins th* standard ot our schools by establishing a
a. m. Sunday school.
here, can’t do no more than drown."
State Normal School at Pendleton.’
neath the blankets to thaw against
11:00 a. m. preaching.
Buck groaned at the thought of the their warm bodies, but their feet were
By P. L. Campbell, President of the University of
12:30 a. m. class meeting.
He couldn't stand it; swollen to double size, and every joint
6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
that was all. Enough is enough of had ossified rheumatlcally.
7:30 p. tn. preaching.
seeded In Oregon "
anything, nnd lie had gone the limit.
8:00 p. m. Thursday evening, prayer
Eventually they hobbled about, pre
By W. J. Karr, Praaldant of tho Oregon Agricultural
Just one more mile aud he would paring the first square menl since the
quit. Yet he did not.
Dr. C. R. Carlos, pastor.
"Sine* th* people ot P*ndl*toa ar* Initiating a meaaure
start—two days and three nights.
All through that endless phantom
Still they saw no Sully, though Crow
It will give me pleasure to support this measure."
night they floundered, Incaaed In frees.
ley's eyes darted careful inquiry among
By J. H. Ackerman, Preaidant Oregon Normal S*h*el,
Ing garments, numb and heavy with
Geruidu Evangeflcal Reformed ’Church
the horde of atampeders which moved
sleep, but morning found them at th«
Corner Woodstock Ave., and 87th .St.
about the cabin. latter he seemed bent
Me that Oregon seed* a Normal School la Eastern Ore
banks of the main stream.
Rev. W. G. Lienkaemper, pastor.
gon and Pendleton nil* all th* government requlreoiaata."
on some hidden design, ao they crawl
"You look like h—1!" said Ruck,
Sunday School 10 a. m.
By th* County School Superintendent* of Oregon:
ed out of sight of the camp; then,
Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
laughing weakly. Hla mirth relaxed commencing at the upper stake of dis
"Reoolved. that It 1* the ***** of th* Caoaty Scheol
Superintendent* of the State *f Oregon. In eooventloa
Y. P. 8. at 7:30 p. m.
his nerves suddenly till he giggled and covery, he stepped off tb* claims from
assembled. that the beat tatereste of the echoole ot the
German School and Catechetical Claoa
hiccoughed hysterically. Nor could he
State demaa* tacreoaad faetUUo* fee the tralaiag e<
post to post
10 a. m.
stop for many minutes, the while
It is customary to bias* the bounda
******** to «atabliah a Not
S*h**l at Fendiet**''
Crowley stared at him apathetically ries of locations on tree trunks, but
By Mrs. Charlo* H. Caatnar, President at th* Or*g*a
from a lined and shrunken counte from topographical Irregularities It la
F*d*ratl*n *f Women'* Club*:
Free Methodist Church
“I moat heartily endorse the lecattoa of a*M Nlime l
nance. hla features standing out skele difficult to properly gauge these dis
at Pendleton "
ton like. The younger man evidenced tances.
Schoo), 10 a. tn.
Hence many rich fractions
Pref. Robert C. French. Farmer Pr**ld*nt of th*
the strain even more severely, for his have been run over by the heedless, to
Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7 .30 p. m.
Normal Scheol Located at W**t*n:
flesh was tender, and he had traveled fall to him who chained the ground.
"An Immediate establishment ef eech a echool at ease*
Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:90 p.m.
rentral point eucte a* Peadletaa would prove a groat *****
the last hours on pure nerve. Hla
Upon pacing th* third one be showed
All ar* cordially invited to attend
to th* Stat* of Oregon "
Jaws were locked and corded, however, excitement
B. F. Mulkey, la-Pr**ld*nt Southern Oregon Normal
while hla drooping eyee shone un-
"You walk this one again. Mebb* 1
Robert H.Clark, pastor.
made a mistake."
'1 ehall support the location ot an Eaatern Oregon
Eventually they rounded a bluff on to
Buck returned, crashing through the
a cabin nestling at the mouth of a brush.
State Board of Regents of Oregon Normal School
dark valley. Near It men were work
Magnolia Camp No. 4098, Royal
"I make it 1.700.”
ing with a windlass; so. stumbling to
The claim above figured likewise,
school facilities in Oregon is apparent.”
and Fourth W cl new ays of each
them, they spoke huskily.
nnd they trembled with elation as they
Portland Chamber of Commerce endorses measure
month at I. O. O. F. Hall. Second
“Sorry we ain't got room Inside.” the ! blazed their lines.
Wednesdays social meeting. Neighbors
stranger replied, "but three of the boys
Returning to camp, they found the
bring your families and friends.
Is down with scurvy, and we're all recorder in the cabin with the scurvy
Fourth Wednesday, buflln**s.
cramped up. Plenty more folks com
Neighbors requested to com*. By
pntients. Unfolding the location no
Ing. I H’poHe. eh?"
order of the Camp. _
tices. his face went black as he read,
The two had sunk on to the wet while he snarled angrily:
Toledo votes <lown a 1? mill special
ground and did not answer. Ruck fell
Eastern Oregon State Normal School Committee.
”'Fraction between three and four
i P h M Adv.)
By J. H Gwinn, Secy , Pendleton, Ora
with his pack still on. utterly lost, and 1 and 'Fraction between four and five,’
Richland will bond for a 115,000
tho miner was forced to drag the bun i ehr You're crazy!"
dle frotn his shoulders
A m ha rniind
"I reckon not," said Crowley, lifting
his lips at the corners <-lm no t,.rt«tl<-
At The Churches
Continued from l.n»t Week
while they felt It »ng Ix'tienfli t heir
feet. It 1« bud In th- dark t<> lid.i> th*
1er of i¡ni ovrrflu
througl i niikh’ d W«p lo Ibv M dill body
face to ward fa ft 'F a till. AA lliiout VIrara-
iuh I hm L bl hiiiiwu y to
hl" hip M. Ilf iflil forward IxxlJly, ami
til« ice let him tbr nigli dii bo r ollt-d
BiP k Mklnihiwt over
111 tile AV n epi
more II cbtiy mid. hv lien ilipy hud r< •ach
e<! the wotld fuptlIng. hrlj i-d liiui wring
out Illi» yninn-iite
cloth whitened tiiidor tbo front and
crackled when they rp«uiu««d their
miircli. but there wn* no time for tire*.
and b> Vigni oil* u< lion Clow Ivy could
keep tin» colf! from Htrlklng In.
They lind threaded up Into the re-
glon where spring wn* further ad-
vanced nnd within half an hour eu-
countered another overflow Climbing
Tin Shop in Lents
91 and Foster
DO IT NOW !
D. SWIFT & CO.
Crow lay Smashed tn.
the steep hank, they wallowed through
thicket* waist deep In anow. Beneath
the crust, wbicli cut knife Uke, It was
wet and Boggy, so they emerged ant
urated. Then, debouching on to the
glare Ice, the boy had a nasty fall, for
be slipped and bls loose bung pa' k
flung him suddenly. Nothing Is more
wicked than a pack on smooth Ice.
The surface tiad frozen glass smooth,
and constant difficulty beaet their prog
ress. Their slick soled footgear re
fused to grip it, so that often they fell,
always awkwardly, occasionally crush
ing through into the Icy water be
Without warning Buck found that
be was very tired, lie also found that
hla J>ack bail grown soggy and quud-
rupled tn weight, tugging sullenly at
his aching shoulders.
As daylight showed they sllp|ied her
ness and, hurriedly gathering twigs,
boiled a jiot of ten. They took time to
prepare nothing else, yet, even though
the kettle sang speedily, as they drank
from around the Is-nd below came
voices, Crowley atralghtened with a
curse and, snatching his pack, fled up
the stream, followed by Ids companion.
They ran till Buck's kueea failed Idm.
Thereupon the former removed a por
tion of the youngster's burden, uddlng
It to his own. and they hurried on for
hours, till they fell exhausted ujion a
dry moss hummock
Here they ex
changed footgear, as Buck now found
bls feet were paining him acutely,
owing to the tightness of bls rubber
boots. They proved too small for
Crowley as well, amt In a few hours
hla feet were likewise ruined.
Noon found them limping among the
bald bills of the river's source. Here
timber was sparse. and the snows had
likewise thinned, so to avoid the con
volutions of the stream they cut across
points, floundering among "nigger
heads"—quaint wobbly hummocks of
grass--being thrown repeatedly by
their packs, which had developed a
malldous deviltry. This footing was
Infinitely worse than the reeking Ice.
but it saved time, so they took it
Now, under their stiff mackinaws
they perspired freely as the sun mount
ed until their heavy garments chafed
them beneath arms and legs. More
over, mosquitoes, which in thia latitude
breed within arm's length of snow
drifts, continually whined In a vicious
cloud before their features.
Human nerves will weather great
strains, Imt wearing, maddening, un
ending trivialities will break them
down, and so, although their journey
In miles had been Inconsiderable, the
dragging packs, the driving panic, the
lnck of food and firm footing had
Scaling the moss capped saddle, they
Inbored painfully, u hundred yards at a
time. Back of them the valley un
rolled, Its stream winding away like a
gloaming ribbon, stretching through
dark banka of Hr down to tho Yukon.
After Incredible effort tbev re>p b<-d the
Pendleton Normal School
308 X YES
IS A VOTE FOR YOUR CHILDREN