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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1897)
He Wanted Promotion.
A little while and he went up to
his room to tie alone.
And the wife w ho had
He had left school three months
growing like any other healthy boy.
Durkee’s Baking Powder.
Until aht ut two years ago he was
boy. His chief
I diet was bread, water ai d tea. In
previously, and had l*en in search husband that his pie was not a®
fact, upon this he lived and thrived
of a situation where he could begin good as her father used to make
' He could not eat meat or vegetable».
in a very small way and gradually finished her meal in silence.
In the last two years, however, bis
rise in the eateem of everybody, a*
appetite has demanded more sub
he had not iced was the case in tire
A € Sen th? I Jeminder.
He has grown more
biographies he had read, until h»
Indeed, he is
should have b j nior partnersh p
The grocer wa« weighing some
last pair of
thrust upon him and finally 1« sugar for the woman in the dyed
blue bonnet, when the man in the shoes he bought were No. 12
known as a merchant prince.
rather a delicate
Is made in Baker City, and is a home Pr°ductio0
BUY IT. and you will find it gives
liorne industri. s
connection, black frock-coat ami
yellowish they are pinching his feet, and his *yFOR SALE RY ALL GROCERS.
as they say, wit > a substantial re white tie, who had been standing next ones must be No. 13. and
tail furniture store, and wan •‘n- in the door for same minutes, came made to order.
Eddie is light complexioned.
dearoring strenuously to merit the inside and laid a silver quarter on
and as his father tars, a good
favor of his employer. U hat if he the counter.
He proposes s »me div to be
could rise at one bound! The men
“I picked it up on the floor, just boy.
thought of it filled him with an at the edge of the steps,” he said. come a hrickmason» like his father
But this far in life he has spent his
ecstacy that nerved him into a ten “It must tielong to you
He h-.s attended
or a thousand dollars, sir—it is the
He saw clearly that the house principlo < f the thing that I look the Franklin bui’ding where his
was too conservative; it needed to at. I want nothing that is not, tall, stalwart form is a familiar sight
among the other children of his age
be pushed. The small display ef mine. There is the money.”
He had now formed
EHKi Mi STABLE.
good* at the door should
carded. Merely to mention this on the quarter and shoved it
would be small glorv for himself, across the counter.
and then when the surprising re-i
“You put dot money in
disclosed he would pocket, mein friend,” he said.
be culled into the office ami duly
“But, sir, you or one of vour1
recognized for his far seeing, mer- clerks must hrve dropped it, and
chant prince like business sagacity. it rolled over there. Mv motto has
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suits hud been
He dreamed of it that
In always been”—
his fervor he reached the store
“I believe,” said the grocer, ‘ dot
The goods were arranged you yoost move vour family in dot'
at the door. One neatly lettered house across the street this mor
well begun I* half done. Ikgtn
i well bv nettiiiK Ferry’« seed».
klXtul let chance determine
E your crop. but plant Ferry »
A Seeds. Known and »old
Before von plant, get
placard was pinned with
V for l-urt. Contains more prac-' '
F UoU Information for farmers
and gardeners thau many high-
priced text hooks. Mailed free, t
1». a. »»SKI t to., urraotT. anti, a»- .
nervous gen; vas it not so?”
“Yes sir, I did, and it being con
seen the sama sign at many other venient. we expect to do a good
• tor< s
deal of tra—”
hand to a roll of carpet,
II « employer
several times during the day
out observing the
noticed that passers-by pointed
to the door bv the proprietor.
put dot quarter back
your pocket righed away.
not mine quarter
“Do »ou know w ha put that
back in your pocket, and ven
vife come ofer vor dose groceries vo
on • pod
I suspected that
•otne -t r*«-t hoys had done it.
\ Fad in ( i«*i !iiaiiy.
Effort are being made throughout
idea of a ► , n like that on a roll of Germany, but mor particularly in
Prussia, to collect as many of the
for years famous iron wedding rings and
room there other adornments as may still be
hung on the wall the words; “Can't in existence, with a view to preserv-
ing them in the museums as last-
be let — W eicome.
mg memorials of the sacrifices
1 om took it home and
awav Up in hi-
I n lite \
11 * 1 * ♦.
w • <sr y .
As every one knows,
in 1*13 an ap|*eal was made bv the
I ear« wer. tn his evea
holies of tiie Prussian royal family
Ik had tri-d hist best to provide
a giMsl table. I ut alita'
ready to make in the pa»t for ti e
IL sat dow
to their own sex
urging every w
man to follow their example and
eafi st inani.er sennril to l>e watt
give up their jaw»lry. to I e un ited
•d on the life partner, who had
down in order to provide funds for
promised at the altar to love, hon
|>atriotic purp .«<«
Those who h d
or and protect her husband
nothing al»v were asked if they
She carne home from the oilice
w .'uhi not part with •« hat they must
after the cart» and worries of the
hold nn>rt I'm lout of all.
da . |we» odi and fretful
It i* true, lur husband
their wedding ring- ' r the sake of
their country, a> i in rerponte
plain gold hoop« *1 • ered in upon
g hi pr< ;>er order.
the noble founder?’
W« i t - i far a- to place the pretty
no lei»a than 114
■ citing Berlin
lai p mat he had s > tastefully de
within the coura
t a few dava
signed m a position where hi» wife
from th» town
could readily notice it
alone K « c- n j- t
ii, iron rings.
Hut she did nat sec it, or if she
did made no mention of it.
gun» of th- en i
«ent 'o i he
" «>11 she was eating dinner
owncr«. insertb. <1
it he h;s‘ one
fo>bl « »idt ntly did not suit her
wonla. “1 gi\» -
f r iron," a cd
This d »o was not pro|<«rlv prepar-
theae were pro >d
vo.-n bv the
I .e cak* t »«te<l loo m ich of
wivet «■! ' he m » >« ■ ■ were fighting
for their countrv - freedom
He uoekly tried to place the
fault upou soiuething
5"1!*»kittle -> B il I B ov .
the »love, etc
Al i*»i »be cam» to th*
Burns Stage Company.
F ricevili a
Stage 'eaves Burns verey Monday and Thursday.
P rineville $ io . oo .
• • •
‘ \\ t 11 don't let me catch von at
“Ves sir; I did.”
Ferry» Seed Annual ;
vill remember dot mv
fc^"t’nmui-idious, Conv, uient, CLeap
The grocer had a lar^e forefinger and grade.
The t>i/g-»t boy tn the world lives
the re m Sp kane. taya the t hron e.»«
u ai k which c.tetrd h*r husband
H.« n »me is Filo fi * «
U* fit down weary and ibe tear» to six f«et three Itwhea tall .»nd is now
come itilo hi« eye«.
14 years aid *.x U1 nt ha aid and
and it the result ol colds and
sudden climatic changes.
It can be enrol by a pleasant
remedy which :• applied di
rectly into the nostril». Be
ing quickly a '»orbed it give»
relief at on ce.
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