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About Morning enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 1911-1933 | View This Issue
MORXINa ENTERPRISE. TUESDAY. AUflUST 29, 1911
Br HLDSas C EAST ON
Cmmi I t4t tr Amrtru IN ttwmt
Grrcwy aad I had brra -pratd fur
rtra year at ti asr bra rrmi
ethane rerjr eaau&U-raM. VTb-a
parted mi trwfcrc funra yr
ML 1 InlTC w Crvcury m
tvratj-vM. I rfce. . Iacr
metAm l vera wr parrot " '
aw vt emr arparatio. I having Ut-J
vtta Bijr nxxbrr aNad a4 irr-c
-tf air Catbrr la Xmrrtra. Fa lb.
4W vera la Fraaca aal
-vitsia all aaaatkn axxner 41 a too.
Thera aa Mn for Gtrcvrj aa4 I
t Ao tat ! grt trkr m if
tertilr last I aaoaid root la Atnrr-
1 a4 a rajrw r aw wbraaoa of bdt
arotbrr aa a boy. IhU aa 1 aad uTfT '
aw kirn aa a ui I bad ao Vda vhat
aa looked like I vrota him la aaeet
Bie aa air arrlral aad aa Ifaa abip waa
Mm: pombod lata U dork I looked
for him aaaoax the rravd avahlac j
frtead. lYeaeatlr I aaar a rC mmm ;
vartac at am I oaidat aee aar re
anaUaara U the boy I aad parted '
wit Jeara before, bat to ra looking
traJfht at mm aad Ting I threw
alia a kfcas aad walled licpaiJral'j fur .
tb aalp ta be dorked. Next I aa w aim
kaatraiac by bbc
"Here I in." 1 aaVd.
H taraed aad aarprtaed by rat
appearta ta know ane. 1 hare aoo
Zrteoda aboard I aa looking for." be
aaid karrledlr yet looking- ptuzied.
yoa Jaa aaa after aeetur
r I aaked.
"la tea animates be reraraed. The
pwxated look bad rlrrn place to a
Vtnalng amlle fha aaaaa arltfe wbirh
a had truM at from the dork.
"Tw"r Gregarj. area't yoa T"
- "Grejrory? Aad wao aaar yoa beT"
"Tea Faanj.' I doat woader jtm are
ot quite aar bt mm alar yoa karea't '
aeea aae for arrea yeara."
"Ara yoa aar of aaar
"l woo Win "t kara kuovi 70a If jew
- kadat reroctJxd mm trwL"
How ks tbatr
. "Why. wbea yoa wared t ane from
He took my betootrlnjca and carried
then ta tbe dork. ForTTiBJiiely we had
bo tremble in getting any bajoar ex
amined, aad Gregory and I aooa found
araetTea aittliig ai4e br Sd la a car
flag .ewillng akiag rer tbe tnoroogk
farea of tbe ctty. v
TUa la a fonnr meeting betweea
brother aad aiatrr." 1 aald.
TIow faaay?" j
"Wny. we hareat erra kbel
"So we haren'L" he aald. "That wit
beraoae we weren't certain of each ,
tier. I enppone." And be drew ne ,
toward him and klaaed aoe. I rotlced .
that tnere was a good deal naore aveat
ta It Una la asoal la brotherly klaaea. '
bat tboogbt rery Httle of tt at (be time. ,
"Toa're boardlBg at tbe aaaoe place. -I
aappoae." I aakL
"Where wa I when row He top
ped and looked at me inquiringly.
"At 45 I cloa atreet. where yoor let- !
ter ' . '
"Certainly. Tnat'a where I am now."
"Didn't yoa tell the driver where to
.. rr 1
"Tea. bat to be certain 111 tell blm
a ga Ut
ile called to the drtrer. glrlng blm ,
the atreet aad Bomber. Tbe drtrer :
aid "Aye. aye," and. taming a corner.
got on ta another arenae.
y "Toa and I will have to lire togeth-
er now. Greg." I aaid. laying tny Land '
ffectioaatety oa bis. !
"Nothing wooM rait me better." '
"1 won't marry. Neither mnat yju. i
II looked at me kind o fanny when !
I aaid this, bat made no reply. )
"It can't be. I raid, mora disturbed.
"that yoa are engaged?"
"No." be Mid. "bat I d like to be."
"Oh. I'm au aorry. I hoped that yoa .
and I might be Inseparable. Bat if
yon love aome one"
"I didn't nay that aome one lored
"Tlew long hare yoa known her 7
"Abotf an boor."
I waa ponied. I tamed and looked
" at bim. He aeemed very morn amoaed
"What la the world do yoa mean?"
He Jaagbed. A andden aarpriae .
tmrk me. Coald It be that I bad '
made a mbrtake? Tbe hot blood roan- '
d to my cbeek. j
"Thin baa gone aa far aa It tbould j
ga. be aaid. "tboogh lam loath to atop 1
it. I am not year brother. When I
appeared to be waring at yoa from tbe
dock I waa waring at aome friend on
tbe deck abore yoa. Forgive me for
permitting yia to continue In yoar
I waa naturally too mocb aborted to '
treat the matter aa Joke. I waa rid
ing la a carriage In a eity I waa not
fi miliar with. lie Toad kiwi me.
"Where are yoa taking me';" I amked.
"To yoar brother. Toa gave me tbe
"After your dlabonorable" I waa ,
beginning when he lnterpoaed.
"Calm yourself. I admit I bare done
wrong not to andnrelve yoa at once.
Bat I almply couldn't. To have a '
lovely girl claim me aa yoa have done
waa too great a temptation."
He continued to apeak In a very con.
pllmentary way. and well. I waa mo I- ;
Hfied. When we reached my brother I
found that be had tnlxaed ma at tbe
teamer. not remgnlzing me.
My bnnband xaya that of all tbe klaa-
aa I have even given bins that flrat
oa waa tbe awed eat.
CbfiMM Tea 4 OIL
Tea aeed oil U tbe name applied ta
an oil expreaned from tbe need of the
Camellia aaaaoqnla. Thla la not tbe
tea tree (Camellia tbeal. nor can ha
leaven be aaed. It grown principally
In nonan. bat la found wherever tbe
wood oil tree growa. The aeeda are
gathered In October, and the extracted
oil oaually rear be the market In nan
knw about tbe middle of v. Infer It l
by fba Ctrineae m booking oil.
Are yoa a aabactlbar to the Monv
. tag KntarprlM? K not yoa abould call
1 rl lot ua pat yoar nem o tbe nab
l"t Imasadlate--. .
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