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THE ECHO REGISTER, ECHO, OREGON
FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 190
CLASSIFIED APS HER REBEL HEART,
Ad In this column, one rent per
word ( h InMTtiiin, and no bI taken
for Icon ilmn 25 rent.
An Incident That Brought It Into
It. It. Lane, General ISIurksinltliirih'.
waspn repairing. I also ay the
highest cash price for broken down
spring wagons. Ilcrmiston, Oregon
L. B. Wells keeps local and
birds-eye views of Kclio in stock
Elams is the place to buy
your crackers, for they are nic'
For sale. A two horse power
gasoline engine. It is a good
one and can be seen running nt
any time. For particulars call
at this office.
Hotel Hoskins has good beds
clean furnishings ami comfort.
Buy your k'h
lions at Kin ins.
1 a lox of Hons
If you have a sweet tooth.
sweeten it at Lisle & Co.'s.
Remember that J. Hutehcn
t . A A I- - 1 I
carries u nem mock oi niirn
Krade groceries, confectionery.
cigars, etc., and sells at the
Kuy li'Kiil blanks at Ilia Kch
Ar you srnding the Register to
OM newspapers for iuiIo
Office, 25 cents per 100.
li. It. Wells keeps a fine assort
ment of post cards.
If you have any old thing to
linnl. wo Win. I earsou. proprietor
of the Red Kx press Wagon.
Medicine and condition pow
ders for stock. A ills digestion
and this saves few!, llonney &
By ALEXANDRA OAGMAR.
Copyrighted. 190. by Associated Literary
Ob, I (poke once, and I grieved tliee lore!
I remember all Hint I cild!
"Oil, It's your' commented Iteedn no-
She looked up from the bnsin of
soapsuds on the dining room table.
She was washing her KrontKrn ml mot ti
er's belleek a tank which she wan
averse to Intrusting to lunula less enre-
ful t tin ii ,ier own. Inwardly she was
meditating the reprimand nlie would
Ixntow uon Jnnet fur joriiilttlng this
particular visitor to outer unannounced.
"You dou't appear overwhelmingly
glad to see inc.'" relumed Aubrey How-
She sent blm a swift glanee one of
obvious amioyanee. lie wax Ntimdlng
In the doorway. Tall, ntbletlr. In bis
leather coat, corduroy knickerbockers
mid blgh rubber boots. kIr- was fun-ed
to admit (hut be made a galhint figure.
I'.ut she dropied her eyes and went
on with her tusk.
Not ho Aubrey Itowdcn. lie kept bis
gaze fastened upon her a gaze at uiw
whimsical and adoring. TerMlnly sin-
looked extremely pretty, her blue morn
ing guwn enveloped hi n blue npn u.
her sleeves rolled up over the liewlteb-
Ing dimples In the elbows, a flicker of
angry color showing through the fair
ncHS of her cheek.
Itowden timih a fresh conversational
"I'm going dowu to the Kaiiknkce
marshes shooting." he said. "There
nro a hit or the fellows gi.iii'i-t:i
cousin. Andrew, and some more
Hei-da," quizzically, as she MP I evllit-i
no sign of Interest, "aren't joii goin :
to wish me good iort? I ciimc si-;
blocks out of my way to tell you
She found It hard to rosb-t lit :n whet.
bis voice had that husky note In It -
Go to J.
llutchens for your
Typewriter ribbons for sale at
the Register oflice.
Steamed rolled barley, at the
Henrietta Mills. Farmers please
take notice. This method softens
the glutin and retains the same,
greatly increasing the food value
flet your printing at the Regis
ter oflice, where they print things
bo bot liked and realized with a
wretched pang that be would no more
murmur praise of It or of ber. She
lated the pretty rosy silk, with Its
teru silken laces and coquettish lft tie
black velvet bows.
So forlorn she felt, so lonely, so be
reft. It was with slight surprise that
picking up the evening paper, she scan
ned a tragic beudllne. But us the full
slgiilfji.-nuce of what that ghastly Hue
of type Indicated became plain to her
shu gave a cry a faint, weak, desper
ate cry and her mother, rushing to ber.
found her, face downward, on the
floor, the paper clutched tightly iu ber
To bring ber back to consciousness
was the first thing to do to And out
what had shocked her. the second.
And the paragraph In the p:ter, telling
of the nccldcntul discharge of a gun
among n party of hunters bound for
the Kankakee marshes revealed the
latter. For the nnme of the man fa
tally wounded was given as that of
The physician, bending over the girl
as the fits of unconsciousness SU(..
cccded one another, shook bis head
rrnvely. "I am very much afraid"
A queer, glad cry from needa star- '
tied them. She was sitting straight ;
up. her nrms extended. The man at
the threshold sprung forward and
caught her In his arms.
It was Andrew poor Andrew!" he
explained. "The reporter got the
names mixed. I've n tlesh wound from
the explosion, nothing more. I hur
ried here. I feared you might learn
of the accident. And. Hceda, darling.
did you care. then, so much?"
The terrible tension over, she gave
way, sobbing convulsively. The doc-
or beckoned to her mother. They left
"There Is nothing more for me to do,
thank Cod," the old mau said.
Itccda put her arms around ber lov
er's neck nnd clasped ber hands tight
ly and held him as though she would
never let him go.
"Forgive me:" she entreated. "I was
sorry while I was speaking I was
sorry when you went. All day long I
knew that If you never came back I
should want to die. Then when I saw
the paper I thought that I was being
punished and that Indeed you never
would come back. Dearest, forgive
"When a man loves as I lore yon,"
he sold, "he has never anything to
forgive. He can only keep on loving
A first-class cement block manu
facturer. A candy factory.
Sash and door factory.
Building and loan organization, j
ON REAL ESTATE
LONG TIME, EASY PAYMENTS
REALIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
The Jackson Loan & Trust Co.
Fort Worth, Texas Jackson, Mississippi
PKOCURCDAND DEFENDED.." "w-..
yrvm fclric; now to wmm pmuetam, wmam mmrma,
cujrrtue, (N ah COUNTRIES.
ft.:hrtl 4'trftt nit Washington Mtv that.
monrf aaa tyiem tar paifni.
Pittnt and Infrbipmmt Pnctlct Exclyilvsly.
WnUt or mm lo us mi
U Katfc ltrt, nr. VtrfM CUM Twtm OO ,
WASHINGTON. O. C.
Near Beer, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, Tropic
al Fruita, Nuts, Etc.
A Share of Patronage Solicited.
Bert Longenecker, Prop.
Corner Rain and Dupont Streets
J. F. KENLY
"OOOIIBV. DKiU." II i: HAII IIIIOKKNLV.
Iinlf lenKlnc, hair loving. Hut tw h:ird
tied ber heart tslitl repllei! coldly:
"Only thin. Aubrey ltivilc:i llrit I
bill'l w:.!i to ktmw fur the future
where .vim ko nr wh;;t ymi do. After
the I'lltr.-U'ciJiiH wily Jim :i-lct Tncxihiy
evei Iiik. piiiKanu-:iy nnd lea ting me
alone fur hnlf an hour t the theater
while . vim flirted w ith that udlou Itelln
Wler. I've dei hled that I do not wUh
ymi to call here any mure!"
The pale nme In her check had deep
ened to carnation.
"Oh. say. Iteedar He InuRhed
'tvtentlnKly and took a step forward.
"Vou don't mean that, you know! 1
was not gone more than ten minutes.
I uxed to ko to school with Itella Wler.
And I hadn't see her for more than a
"Von may see ber as often as you
desire after thlsr said Heeda significantly.
There was no smile In the young fel
low's handsome eyes now.
Rcda., he said quietly, "look at
He was beside her. She felt herself
forced to obey that grave command.
A Faithful Dog.
Many hundred years nco there lived
at Athens a dK whose faithfulness
has canned Mm to be mentioned In
blMtory, and In the Crevlan city bis
story Is often related.
The dog guarded one of the heathen
temples at Athens. One night a thief
stole Into this building nnd carried off
some of the mnxt valuable treasures.
The dog vainly barked his loudest to
frighten the thief and to rouse the
keepers as the man went off with the 1 1
Jewels. Hut the faithful dog did not
mean to lose sight of the rascal, and
all through the night he followed him.
By daybreak the poor animal bad
become very weary, but still he kept
the robber In sight. The latter tried to
feed blm. but os he made friends with
the pnKsernby he took It from tlieui
Instead. Whenever the thief stopped
to rest the dog remained near hbn, and
soon a report went through the coun
try of the nuli'ial's strange behavior.
The kceiierit of the temple, hearing
j the story, went In senrch of the dog.
land they found him still nt the heels
of the flibf nt a town called I'ronyon.
The roblier was arrested, taketi back
to Athens nt'd there punished. The
judges were so pleased with the dog's
sagacity mid faithfulness that they
ordered him to be frd every day for
the rest of his life nt the public expense.
The Echo Register
Twice-a-week OREGON JOURNAL
.ouis Scholl jr.,
Tickets to and from all parts of the
Jnik-d States, Canada and Europe.
For particulars call on or address
Central Passenger Afant,
'. C. 1IUNTEK, Aircnt
For Reliable Fire Insurance, Surveying,
Notary Public and Heal Estate.
Phono Main 27
Bridge St., Echo, Or.
Hotel Echo Restaurant
M. H. GILLETTE, Prop.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS
ALWAYS OX THE TABLE
Give me a trial
HOW AT OUR EXPENSE
A Choice of Four
Oregon Nursery Company
Klrt CIunm Stot-k
uiul True to Nuinc
K. O. ItOSS, Lin-ill Kcprt'Hintlve
Frank Ota ma u r, Prop.
Mnl NTVtil at all hour
during the day.
Board by the mvk $.1.00
We will always try to piv
our euKtoinVrn the Best
the market affords.
Animals That Weep.
"He cried liku a calf" Is a remark
; sometimes beard. It is no disgrace for
' a calf to cry, and he sheds tears lu
: quantities when hi emotions justify
; tbeni. It Is even eauler for him to cry
I than for many other animals, because
j bis lachrymal apparatus U perfect and
A scientific writer In Nature says
, that the ruminants are I ho animals
1 which weep most readily. Hunt-
, ers have long known that a deer at '
; bay cries profusely. The tears will ! l
I roll down the nose of a bear when be ! J
ieeis inai in insr nour is approaching. ; w
The blj;. tender eyes of the giraffe flU j i
I:'"""' . ".r with tears as he l.H.ks at the hunter
cue uiiru 10 nis lace ner cray, macK t i. .... ----- - . .
fringed eyes, tilled with a sullennew h hai M A .
funrlKB to thetu. i l'g v Xi r eB""y- Tnp dK h I "
"Say you don't mean to btvnk with I ?n.U '," hl eye "m! TOl' npn !'j
n,e for such a trifle." he pleaded. 1 J"" orej nuiater w away and !
-Why. I lore you. Iteeda. You know j h'm up Bt ,,on!- S,,,w j . S
lD,,( I rletles of monkeys seem to be partieu- j
i.iny atitiu-tiM to crying, and not a few
aipiatif mammals atmi And It easy to f M
weep when the occasion require It.
Seals In particular are often seen to
Elephants weep profue!y when
wounded or wheu they see that es
cape from their enemies Is Impossible.
The animals here mentioned are the ! .
chief ones that are known to weep, bat I !
there Is no doubt that many other j
also display similar emotion. !
"I have nothing to reconsider." She
never knew afterward how she man
aged to enunciate the cruel words. "I
want you to go away and never come
to see me agnln."
For one brcathloes moment they
stood looking Into each other's eyes.
And there was that In his face that
dumbly reproached her. Itefore she
could bring herself to make retrac
tion be was striding to the door.
"Ooodby. dear." he said brokenly.
I I hope"-
The sentence trailed off Into silence,
and he was gone.
The girl stood staring at the closed
door. It looked like tbe door of fate
ltself-hut fast in ber fie. She saw
It through a gosh of belated. futUe
The day wore on a dull, wretched,
aimless day. She could settle to noth
ing. Every object brought some mem
ory connected with the man she had
sent oat of her life.
When she dressed for tbe evening
he found herself selecting the gov
Johnny wns kpeillns his way through
a marriage notice In tbe morning pa
per. "At blsb noon." be read, "the clergy
man took his stand beneath the Coral
bell, and to tbe music of tbe wedding
march the contradicting parties moved
"Not "contradicting.' Johnny." ipter
ropted bis elder sister Yontraetlnf."
"Well" stoutly contended Johnny,
"they Ml be contradicting parties after
awhile."- Tooth's Companion.
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