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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1925)
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fvU7 T-Vhrunry 2 1, 1 025
1M AT 3HP'lF-
Hnlllo Htmlltw (lie
"I'oppy, HcliitlllutliiKl" I roniom
tetoit whut Holt luitl sulil. TI10
strange man to whom lio had
sounded my praises certainly would
(Ind 1110 "flat." Tho reaction had
sot In from tho excitement of tho
bunt and I wan fcollni; decidedly
ow In Bplrlt and mind.
I recalled tho happy hours with
Curtlss tho lust day hoforo wo had
broken camp. I had novor boon
. so absolutely happy, Hut that wan
different. I had htm by my side.
Why had ho 1:0110 to Miami? lhinl
ocss Woll what of It. Ho prob
ably was tho Hort who would nlwnys
put business first. Aftor tho iIIh
eovcry of our love, ho had loft mo
whan, of nil tlmcH, ho should havo
pormlttod his heart to rttlo his head
and thrown more serious probloniH
to the winds. 1
r ft vasn't an if he had to ro to
close tho contract, What wan 0110
Job uioro or less In his life? Ho
Unit money. Hob hud told mo no,
I wanted him now. I necdod bin
nniH about mo and assurances of
his love. Tho house was lonely and
bcoAiioo I had returned a day earlier
than I expected, It was cold.
I rather enjoyed puttlui; 011 oven
liiR clothes nKntn aftor the roiiRh
things I had worn at camp I loved
the caress of sofo Inre and chiffon,
Ths.il been thrilled with the few days
f the bunt but It rcnlly wns good to
o buck In civilization again.
I had ehoiiou my most becoming
' f own. Why, I do not know. It
couldn't bo that I wanted to "vamp"
the new man at Marjorlo's for din-
tier. I loved Curtlss and couldn't
possibly bo Interested In any one else
mid yet It was unreasonable of him
to leave mo nil alone.
Hob's "surprise" wnB Joe Schuyler
front New York. He and Hob lind
been clasi males at Ynle. Ho was
decidedly the type that Is woll known
to girls who have gone out a lot
Of an athletic build, he dmicod llko
ho had made a builnest of It. Ho I yunr j t,0 Ukraine, according to
would Jump up during dinner, grab lm, institute, wheat seeding are
tho Hoaro girl and dance to tho IirKor ti,nn Ht yenr. but rye seed
nulla or turn on tho Vlctrola's latest nK rt MimjBr.
Kvwry othor word wm lng, minis
tug and iwiMtfillnnMl. UiiIum one wore
cruitoind to it. he mlkt even bo
roiivvnilng In a foreign touguo. Joe
'Va n only ion nad aa he admitted.
-It took hU ntlr tliu devising now
umntoiiirau to keep from beluc
If Hjwnt hli wok ! In Hie
fashionable tfiiburh of Now York
nd "I'kllty." where ho edmlttod
U.r were any number of piece
o wild drop In at uny time mid
tcc-l ierftly at lioma. HU greol
" ing to his wee that thorn wua only
"WUat'e tlit? I'm flattered that
tin-! only one."
"Yflw'r not married, and I noror
rfhas around with alugl glrln. Thoro
Are too uiany charming matrons who
nre "mliundnitood" and "unappro
elated" and who uuitd an nlort young
oiaN to hold tlielr hands."
You'ro frank, nt least" was my
Joe was nUo 0110 of tho "do you
know" kind. During dinner bo ask
ed each of iih about n dozen persons
vho woro promtiiuiit in Palm Heach
jud Now Hoaoh and Now 'York. Of
roiir. wo know somo of them but
want of It? I decided that night that
if I vr had a daughter or son I
K-otthl rather they'd be anything than
a "do yon know" kind.
Tny nil 'bud olmmpaguo nud were
frankly amazed because I gave mine
"Wliat'a th limttir? Did llf" In
hf opn mako you so purf" Jen
'It's too precious to wasto ami
ru aortar nworu off" I oxplalned.
"Go on, 3a!llo--yoii didn't even
bave n ooaktall. Ah your hoHtoss, I
Insist. You'vs been notlni; too dlg
elfltid. Not at till the Balllo wo luivo
ri'veU about to Joo." Marjorle do
tUrwl. Uab luinalued Hlleut.
1 toved ehnmpngno. I wanted
40HIO too but I hnd mado an ngreo
mant wiUi myself that I wouldn't
take nruthiiiK to drink bocnuso I
knew how proud Curtlwi had boon
i( ma beoauao I hud let It alone at
''Too bad you picked on me for
ili" night to ubilalu" Joa Huluiylor
oomplalnod. "I'vo boon honrlng
soma mighty wonUorful thliiKs about
yo too. Cumo on Salllo" ho urgod.
"7n iTilght bo tho luat bubblo wntor
you'll get on thl nldo of tho pond."
Jle wrtilod mo by my first ntimo, No
Be1j nnmo fliad a proflx to tho Joo
"" .l "T" lIBfiVni l
.loo Hrlitijlcr Typo
Schuylers of tliu world.
I. was KottliiK MId-Vlotorluii and
likewise wiih havliiK it rotten llmo.
It's borliiK I10I111; tho only sober 0110
In tho crowd. You Jmvo ft illfforonl
perspective. Things that seemed fun
ny to tho others woro perfectly nliip
Id to mo. Thoro'n not ovon anyone
to talk to hecaiiHO they don't want to
dwell on any one subject. I wlnhod
that I had Btayed at homo. I wan
feelliiK bluer nil tho while,
(To ho Continued)
Itl'HHIA.N OHAIN MIlOUTAfJi:
nopartmeut of AKHotilMiro oltlcla'a
coiiflrmod presn dlsputcl.oH to the
effect that ltiiflnln is sufferlnir from 11
hIiocIiiro of broad nralnn and will
have to Import considerable qitautl
tloa of wheat. Largo purchases of
wheat and flour on Russian account
In both HiiRlaud and the United
Htatos havo already been reported.
"Most of the proposed Ituporltt of
from 0,000,000 to l, 000, 000 bushels
of wheat with a possible maximum
of 12,000,000 bushoU, will bo In tho
form of flour," tho depnrtiuout said.
"In ordor to purchase this wheat
and flour toRethor with much nooilod
supplies of cotton, toxtlles, maclilu-
cry, rubber and other commodities,
Itussln must build up a trade bnlnnco
by oxports of other commodities. In
tho first six mouths of 1024, Hovlot
Itussln had a largo favorable balance
of Ijndo, but In this bnlnnco, bread
KrnliiH constituted tho Invest Item.
It scorns probable tho re fore that tttir
Iiir 1025 tho Sovlot Oovormnent will
make a groat effort to Increase ex-
ports of other products such as but
ler and eggs, forest products, furs,
bristles, petroleum products and
"UopnrtH of prospects for grain
crops In Itussln In 1D2C are conflict
ing. The International Institute of
iVgrlctilluro reports (hat Uusslau fall
njM)odlngs are not larger than last
have not been gHiiemlly favorable for
winter corvuls, and It Ik probable
that whiter killing will be heavy.
In the Important winter when! areas
of the fioulhwoat. however, woollier
conditions were more favorable than
"The Huvlot government la urging
tb puaaauta to lueronio aprlug aeed
luga In order to make good tliu loattotf
from winter killing, and It l report
ad Hint some of tho foreign ralu
puroliaHM will b dUtrlbutwl to thb
nanauuts for seed."
(SltllAT MOMIJ.NTK I.N A I10YK l.ll'U
When ha la told ho eon keop the
tramp dog which ilias followed him
WhQii t ho doator -Hays ho ha,H
measlea and must stay homo from
W1I1011 ho earns his first 10 routs.
When tils first little girl friend
tiumlH him a note with a lock of HIOH
hair In It.
When ho hoars tho dentist Is III:
When ho gets his first bicycle.
and eat at the
Sevens Hotel Building
Meals at nil Mourn and the
menu includes everything
obtainable in tho local mar
ket !in Keason
Wiucic courteous Bcrvicc
This Weeks Cross Word Puzzle
The puzzle this week by Marthu
Wagner Is conventional In design
but well worth the efTort In working,
It might bo culled tho "Four X"
puzzle. There are one or two stick
ers hidden In the neomlugly easy
three and four letter words but by
the well-known system of filling In
from all angles they most likely will
work thouiBoIvori out. Why don't
you time yourself 011 this puzzle?
Speed in accurate "thinking" Is 11
valuable personal asset,
1 An effomlnnto boy,
G The llnoutgounys.
10 Light blow.
1 1 Old ago (poetic.)
la Tool. (Howlng.)
IS To fantoii,
17 Splash gently,
10 Central state, (abbr.)
22 Kdltor (abbr.)
23 I love (I.ntln)
29 Narrow woven band.
31 To romovn entirely,
34 To cultivate land.
41 Send out.
43 Fruit bearing part of n corcnl.
4i5 Plump. .
4 7 Note of the musical scale.
18 To bo.
60 Negative (hntlu)
fl Nine. (Itomnn)
r2 Covering for he.nd.
R3 Tool for boring.
Rf Southern stnte. (abbr.)
60 Itlver In Vn.
00 Animal In Month America.
4 To ojout from tho mouth.
7 (.'halo of Mis. In Muropa.
FIRE INSURANCE, Standard Stock Com-
PRACTICE, beforo U. S. Land Office and
bureaus of the Department
REAL ESTATE; city, acreage and farm
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
ROSTERS AND PERCOLATORS
All Reasonably Priced
L S. Geer & Co.
8 A unit of measure (ahbr.)
0 Wading birds.
12 Chemical particlos.
14 Forty-ono (Itomnn)
111 Sense of smell,
32 Instrument for propelling a boat.
j 33 He worthy of.
Adapt for some purpose.
30 Hort white mote!,
40 Long seat.
42 Hoy's nnmo.
15 Numbor. (Lntln nbbr,)'
40 U. 8. unit of moiioy.
52 Second sou of Nonli,
GG A parent.
58 Printers measure
18 American Medical Association.
20 To permit.
23 Graft; cunning.
25 Note of musical ecnle,
28 Compnny, (abbr.)
30 equality ns to vnlue.
17 An evil glance
. , n t
Answer to Inst wook's puzilo.
i:i pritDY's P1111.0H
"I nlwuH wear a lnrge brimmed
hat whan I go out auto riding with
any of my friends. It protects the
oura as I go through U windshield."
TllliVK TIIIH OVHIt, WAHHIXOTO.N
While no olllolut word linn boon
Hpokeii (hero are Indications that the
dlHclouurea or Hrlg. Oon. Wllllnm
Mitchell, Assistant Chief or Air Her
vice, aro nut to the liking of power
ful Influenced In Washington. When
tho fltoworks have died down it Is
possible Hint (Jeueral Mlteholl will
find himself manipulated Into tho
(lenernl Mitchell has performed a
groat public service In dragging Into
the light tho oliltotic condition of our
air ilefouse, nud more particularly
In pointing nut Hint tho army and
navy depurtinei ., If pormlttod to
continue centre of national 'aviation,
are calculated .j keep It u subsidiary
of the two arnn Hint hitherto tho
country has looked for safety.
We nre told that $133,000,000 bus
been spent for tho air sorvlco In tho
Inst flvo yenrn aid that "wo nro hot
KKATUHK AT T1IK MIIKUTY TIIK
Il.'ATUIti: AT 'I UK MIIKUTY TIIKATIIK HATtHIMY, I'KII. 2H
Where's Primrose Path Now?
riuylnt Yo'llli In ll' I'nriiltiiiut.t .K'lnn l':H.rl..n,'," Itk'tiartl
ltitrllii'lnt..H lliiitit lit.- Iilg .'li J11.I iih .lcL.l Hit liuf.iu. Vul.lrilil pilL
tl IthimorH ni lit.' Ih It.n- Wtt.
-- "' 111 I M 1 Wi I I 1 - IP iM H Mi
DKttxf , m
A SAM WOOD PRODUCTION
Rightly Promptly Reasonably
Burns Hardware company
getting un whore." Wo uro told wo
aro spending ?0o. 000,000 11 year now
arid still not getting result Wo
urn advised wo have not 11 ulngl 1
airplane Hint could meet the torc!r -
r In tho combat without nieet".t;
quick destruction. Tho only tit ng
(lint snvos uh lu the fact that tho
foreign alrplaii'' hits nut cl boon
developed to the point of ranking
non-Hlop flights ncross tho Atlantic.
Can there be any doubt Hint non stop
flights are only a question of 11 few
years nt host?
These nro staff I 'ng facta, but thf
public wants tt -.o facts, It doci
not want to be r uolvcd into lothnrgj
or become tho v tint of olllclnl spool
lug Hlckueiis. '. lll'rcHOiit hlttorl
any attempt i .urn tho nBslstnn
chlof of tile air -rvlco Into the chic
of Hi4 grand am of olllflal gontif.
Don't Fnll to sco "Tho Alnsknn'
ut the Liberty Hulurduy mid Buudny
ATIIK HCNhAY, MAIKJII 1
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