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OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, JUNK 10, 1899 -
Yale Restaurant and
Kverylhlng Ne. Clean and K'MU
Clasa. Piirniahnt liooma hv the Par,
Wrtk or Monm. 'rivH Htxea (or
I.'lir. t-ipectsl ratea hr the r-k
or monlh. A gtsst fiwl-clasa dinner
fur Jit cet.
Main Si. r .Vh. Rivima formerly
ocoueieil by the Y. M. C. A.
M. K. W. Yaii.
f. K I.AKKIM, Prop.
I.'he the IMar n Trlnl.
PUSH IT ALONG.
! ) ,y - .-r-n t,y
Fair are the flrlil la the rln with tha sweat
HrfuinM lirnala of lit nieeiloaia,
Fresh aa tha (ma nw; ilella wlier) tha
(irv flare Ita Vin-lw of tM;
Winter I vne from lha earth and returned
In I hi' klng-ilum nf shallow ;
FmltiiKi rush mil frmn ilia heart, Ilka to
frtiacn eiraame listing their Imlil.
Yil aa t eland In lha light of tha aim anil In
IWp In nit heart thi'ra arise rratla,
l.lfu hopea are never fnlnllisl; tlii-re la al
aavs li'lt wniirlhliiK In Inn, furl"
Ulian r.li-anur liurlnw In Mailaiua.
A MAN'S L1FK.
Hort r shoeing.
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Oregon City. 4
Carry the pxxl newa to Your,
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Men is always fresh, lieoaust it i:
Always replenished from the gar-1
ilen near at ham!. Vegetables'
that are strictly home grown.
,.P ift A A A A t . as A
Csrrir. a complete line of Cas
kets, CoHlina. Kohea ami l.ininm
of superior quality ami most
V W V
"It ia a tim-atiou." l'rofcssor Kirk
tii fTiT caiil. riuictly. "between, this and
Saying lit iik. ho liK'kcit down at tho
two objects between which choice hail
to lx made. "Till" wa a inun, a
brown skinned inun of the npKT Asian
steppe. Hi lay prone upon the desert
aaud, Ilia eye unseeing ryes.
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ahivrr ahiHik him; aiU nt. excrjit wlu n
bia jvirchiHl lipa iiiovh in thit innrtien.
latr unitti r nf delirium. Thi jirufcuimr'i
(: liJ nut linr n thia pitisum
tixure. It trav.lnl to "that" two
load of clay talilcla, nviili-ntly of n
tri'ino aiitiiiiity ami elowly rvvrrnl
with a trant;e rtiniiform rharartr.
which hml jiint hivn rarrfully atrnpH'l
by hia ciiiiipiiniiin to tha hack of two
kuei'lititf iHiin ln.
"SiviiiK we are now rislttml to two
beaut enly," lie went on, hia rye ihift
inx for an iiiHtmit to the Unly of a thiril
caini'l. which lay dnul aoino 20 ynrila
off. "Hi'iii nIimi that we ar in a wati-r-liuM
JiKiTl. irn)iaMy 2 1 hoiira' ridi' fmiu
the uearitit well ami that thia inun ia a
dead wiiilit m tiur lmudu"
"Yon don't dri'umof abandon I njc tho
pMir chap?" Dick Harding broka in.
The jirofinmir Khincvd niii'acily ovt-r
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pntzle to him. a man of dii-tiiih'iiihhrd
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the Hi.iim.. Ib.M ami lt...M U, Ix'tray m a vein of anmin. ntality alto
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j iH'ii'Dtilie rxpluration. KirkholTcr bad
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J. H. THATCHER, MANAGER,
Portland, - - Oregon.
Opp. Huntley's Drug Store,
FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Ureat Britain and America.
rnliaritr mure than oiuo duriiiir the
year HK't)t with Harding in the remote
funtueiwa of Tibet
"Yon wnnldn't lenva him here to
die?" the Enclixhman pendxted.
The profiivHir rtihlied hia forehead
tbuniibtfnlly. "Ile a bound to dio aoon
in any cane."
"I don't ae that at all. If we can
keep him alive till we Kt out of thia"
"Imixwxihle, my friend. He cannot
walk, and the two camel cannot car
ry him in addition to you and me and
the tablets. "
"Then leave aome of the tableta be
hind." Tho profecsor fairly gnnpeil for breath.
"Leave leuve behind aome of the
tableta?" he atammered. "Leave the
records of a civilization to which the
Arcadian is a thin of yesterday to be
swallowed tip by the next saudMnriu T
Give my icrent discovery, the Kreiitest
of the century, uiuimed and iuiperfrct.
to the wurldT Harding, you lniift bo
mnd. Whut's the lile of a Khir'i Tar
tar Unide thi-se pricelens things T"
KirkhofTer'adhortsiKhted eyes gleam
ed auurjly U hind his Klassea; bis voice
was thick with pawion.
"What's a Khiruia Tartar T" he
growled like a wild animal.
"lie's a man, anyway," Harding re
torted. "Suppose I rtfUM! to leave thia
"Then" the professor became all at
once ominonnly cool "lidiall lx forced
to remind yon that I am the In ad of
this expedition and y my salHried
assiiitont; aluo that thine animuls are
my property. I ku. and they xh with
me. You can join the party or nut, aa
Hardintf jrrew pale. "That is the
choice yon offer met Then I say you
are a blackxuard.
"And I say." indifferently, "that
yoaare a fcoL Come, will you mount t"
The Cterman ulirtitfged his shonldera.
"Have it your own way," ho Maid.
And, Kutherinif up the lcng leudinx
rein which he bad fastened to tho head
of one camel, he prepared to cut him
self on the other.
liut here Hurdinir "lining npon him
suddenly. "No, yoo don't," ho cried.
"Yon shall leave me one, yon brute,
thouxh it were a hundred times yonr
"Stand off!" the professor cried.
Harding's answer was to dose with
him silently, and there ensued a trial
of streriKtb whereof the isaue seemed
for several minutes doubtful. The men
were not ill matched. Kirkhoffer wits
the taller and heavier, but then he was
also the elder by 20 years, and Hard
ing's naturally lithe habit of body had
known an English pnblio school and
university training. The resnlt of the
conflict was still uncertain when the
professor suddenly lootwd Lis hold and
fell back, leaving the prize of conten
tion, the led camel, almost in the other's
clutch. Harding stooped to seize the
creature's baiter and rose again, to find
himself covered by bia antagonist's re
volver. "Now, perhaps," the man of science
observed, "you will consent to hear
reason. No use, my gnd friend," as
Harding's band went , briskly to bis
breast pocket. "I drew the charge
wbile you were asleep this morning in
view of possible difficulties. You see, I
know something of yonr strange Eng
lish character. There is nothing like
being ready for difficulties as they
Dick Harding, under the covering re
volver, stood erect and dumb. To
argue further with a man prepared to
commit murder on behalf of bis tablets
of baked clay were simple waste of
Keeping the mn.zle of his weapon
pointed full at Harding's breast. I'ro
feaaor Kirkhoffer mounted bis camel,
made Kith the great bwtta get np and
Iwnan to move on. As long it a Harding
remained within running tip dlidancn
be continued to hold tha revolver raised
and leveled, aittiug sideways nu hia
allium! to insure an accurate n I in. Hut
after a minute the cuniela broke t n tit a
long, awkward trot. In two minute
tiny were beyond pursuit. Then tlm
professor pocketed hi" firearm and
threw his leg across tint aaddle. "Yonr
own fault, remember!" ws his Until
greeting before lot disappeared over Ihn
top of tin nearest eainl iluiin.
When he had disappeared, Hill ding
looked about li 1 lit. reviewing the sltllil
I toll. It was no cheering prospect that
met his eye - a dead waste of sand hills
to north, south, east and west, white
hot in Ihn glar of the tropical siiu
Two dark biota alone broke the pale
aurf.iee of the wilderness, tint slllTi'ii
ing hulk of the dead camel and the limp
figure of the fever strii ken camel driv
er truly no pleasaut place to die in.
more specially tf you happen to b
wide I young and strong ami tin ueam to
which yi tl stand condemned la death T
hunger ami thirst. A few hour would
eihaiist the scanty remain of fis d ami
water left iu the akin and saddlebag
ly ing hard by the dead camel, and then -
Harding shook off antii Ittatloiis of
coming torture to taka slock of hia
wretched ci'iumisearlat and. ruiiiimig
Ing in the Img, found a priceless trena
nre, nothing le than an untouched
bottle of ininine! Why. with this he
might hope tc revive the Khlrgia whose
case, but for theuppiiied exhaustion of
the expedition's medicine ilnft. hml
never Wn a serious olio, KcaHt wu
Kseapo! From a trackless wilderness
in which they could tl? wander ami
b-sslv to and fro. having no single in
strument by which to tli'terinliie their
position or point the wsy! Saving his
assistant's pack, the professor bad enr
ried off everything.
No, not everything Even a this
thought wink like a stone into lliirdlltg'a
heart his eye fell n-n something gilt
teling at his ft. With a shaking liiind
he grasped it. lifted it and broke into
a cry of mingled triumph and thanks
giving which startled the Khlrgix from
hi lethargy. Pushing back his ln
hair, the man made an effort to sit up.
"The inater T Where is the muster J"
he asked, lisiking alsiiithiiu In surpri-.
Harding laughed grimly. "Heaven i
alone knows, since be has left his coin-
I ass here. "
And In veti alone knows to this hour
the course of the wretched MrklnHer
wundcriug. When Harding and the
Khirgit, guided by the instrument
which he had dropped in his am file
with the Englishman, reached, after
manifold toils and sufferings, the con
fines of human habitation, they conM
obtain mi tiding of their vanished
chief. And. although Harding insisted
on organizing a new ee.liiii.n to
search for him. ita latsir were frnitle-s.
His fate remains a unknow n t the
world a the history of that ancient em
pire whose records lie buried with him
in the sands of central Asia. Chicago
There was once a paterfamilias w ho
was elispietitly indignant alsmt the
way his daughter iinswd tipuu the
lsnrelress in the mutter of white petti
coat in winter. "It wu a shame at all
seasons," he said, "but in cold weather,
with no excuse for wash skirt, it wa
cruel to ask that pir. hardworking
girl to slave and toil over their wash
ing a she was ohligi-d to do."
One day the paterfamilias, happening
to pass through the laundry, lore up
stairs, white with rage, to where hi
danghvr were. "Well, girls." he
cried, "this is l mm h. White tietti
coats if winter are bad enough, but
When it Collie to such white petticoats
as I saw Delia breaking her back over 1
just now down stairs rnflles from top
to bem and tnck ami luce and em
broiderywhy, it's a day's work to
look at one of them. If yon must have
such extravagant frippcries.for heaven's
sake have them plain."
The daughter investigated, ftince
the last pittermil outburst they had
given np white petticoats, either ruffled
or plain, and in either spring, summer,
autumn or winter. It wa as they fear
ed; the "extravagant fripperies," ruf
fled from top to heiii, over which jssir
Delia was breaking her buck. Were the
property of issir ladia herself.
Ilia I'laa Waa Simple.
Frederick the Ureat once requested
bin generals to submit to him plans of
campaign for a supposititious case. Hans
Joachim von Zietheu, the famous cav
alry general, produced a queer diagram
in black ink. It represented a big blot
id the center, Intersected by two black
lines, whose fonr terminals ended each
in n smaller blot. The king was furi
ous and upbraided his old comrade in
mi bitterly for what he considered
In explanation Vtn Ziethen said:
"Why, your majesty, I am the largo
blot in the center the enemy is any
one of the four smaller blots. He can
march npon me from the right or left,
from the front or reur. If ho does, I
simply advance upon any of the four
line and lick him where I find him."
Frederick was satisfied.
They Ought to Inlte.
nere is a story of a Milwaukee couple
who agreed to smrato after 16 year
of married life: They continued to re
sido within a block of each other and
to pass the time of day Impersonally
when they met. When the silver anni
versary of the wedding came on, both
celebrated it, although separately. Two
church ceremonies were performed in
the church where they were wedded 28
years before, the husband's ceremony
being at 8 o'clock in the morning and
the wife's at 9. That evening each gave
a reception at the residence at the sum
hour, and tho same friends culled to
I pay their respecta, successively going
I from one house to the other. Milwau
Tinier new uiuiiiitemnnt Tim ICI trie If
loisbech tlioroiiglily refitted a, in ,".01
m c.illilll.'tcsl oil MrlcUy flr,.' i
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My iiita ti y friend mt'l Hi" K''i'riMluj.
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