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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1891)
THE PATH OP HOHOB;
BY BABY UMHOLW.
Brea Mew Tori Vatoly:
Of Payette Idaho,
Paul and Gracie parted at the |
“He lows me and will be true to
me," said Grace.
“She loves me and will wait for
me." said Paul, as be supped on
board the train, that bore him far
away fso-u his b<*roe and the scenes
of hie boyhood
Paul Mayo and Gracie King had
known each other ever since they
Three rears haJ paaaed. one Oc knew anything in this, to them,
They had romped
tober «lav. when Cheater TeaJe
togrtbrr from two years of are to
flighted from a carriage and en-
twelve; sung, danced, and walked
lered again the spacious hall which
together from twelve to twenty—
he utter thought to revisit.
thev were both of an age, and now
servant failed to rvcogni.se the hand
being separated for the first time,
some stranger who asked to see hts
thev knew tbeir first sorrow.
mistress. The three years of hero
Paul went to the city to practice
ic loneliness had left tneir marks
medicine with a fan.ous ductor, pre-
in the graying hair of this young
paraterv to telling up for himself
Bus But breadth had I also i-ee
' In two years,” be SuJiJuquixvd
to tlie fine shoulders,
I “I »Uall be ir d pendetj. and then 1
kroner was in his face
will go for Gracie, my st» - - - No.
ing Icard was d tfe’vnt. Yet one
my uetmthrd. mv oarlit.g
glance of the entering hostess udd
Paul appi-.ed bimseh" assidivusiy
b»r eh' he was
Her heart gave
t—wli.^.. aa seo *» prwcucc. gained
a eyrrr-g a« «fre rlW:
the fUui a; I ot the old doctor, and
“Oh. Chester! Mr. Tealei Is it
tne k« paUet,t» tie was trusted
you? It >s altxiet like seeing f.rad-
wit:. Lw».u.s ua>. -g tne s-nn-ve u^
furd u- facet you again*"
se_,.< <1 tin. first lau.il.rSiulbcC.t -.
When they talked aith teirder
Lr Ju»L..i Parker, a young pbv-
fecal feet ions of the departed roe
s..u.->, just tfedgou, aud all ready
mixed in ietaeer . th s man readied
to uc «ucated “»wuiewhere," Used to
bow be was not alone- in han ng
drop in uu Paul utteu of an evening
suffered life’s darkening.
to Lave a <|uiet cUaL
.They sat at lea.
*i a.sb 1 «ere luuaud. said be.
that while the lines of beauty ware
“in suuie place, uC H «ver »o bumble.
finer, yet she had not grow. old.
* lu tuc cilv : ' aaiu i»-l.
She was far mure beautiful than
“No, 1 i-ivfer acvuuuy town.”
" 1 oe. e »» ail Ujxr.uttg in LU* US»-
How softly the autumnal mon.-
live jungle, 1-r Panker.
ing earae. It w«*oed them to their
our «sucusra 1» » upcr«naatadt a..o
old ride* again.
And now there
wss no disapproving conscience. you aoald u«.d mot a sp.iuuid
They had obeyed God, even in their cUui.cc to uulfd up a practice. *
“Perhaps you lliiuk of kjcalir.fc
secret thoughts; and now God was
to reward the obedient and the theie yourscif ««.. out
"No, 1 prefer use city, I th. ok—
Was it wrong that she laid aside
Wine of her widow's weed* that fora lew year», auyway.”
Will you give me fetters of in-
day? No. Marriage is till death
to »uiuc of Use faun. e
do us part.’’
But—oh. that the
there * ’
tnistnated and intriguers w.>ui<l re
“Certainly, LActor "
member it—bow utterly iiupussible
month» froui that time Dr
would their present peace and hope
have been h.ui they ever by look Justin Barker’s sign in blue and
orch< risbed thou ght. been false in g>4d »hone reepfendeut over his lit
tle office in the prvity town of Mary
the past with the dead.
Watching her white fingers al ville.
“A new doctor, young ar.d un
their needle-work, at length, be !
isn t it splendid, girt»!*
“Mrs. Morse, I sat here over cned Jaiie Porter, when she called
three years ago, as 1 do now. and on her fnend. Graefe King, who
watched you with God's law for was entertaining anetuer mutual
fnend. Susie Brown. “And, Grade,
bidding my love "
with your affiance, too
"Loe*?“ Looking no half fright
Won’t I flirt!”
“Haw you Seen him. Jane?" said
I lore you ’’
A scarlet flush stole over her
1 L L U RTRATii
CmitM T bala nrrtaaa.
When the spring came the wid
ow bussed herself with all the usual
beloved schemes of her husband
about the grand plate. and grew
calmer in her gr.ef with her occu
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mete fruit crowing in Eaat-
ern Oregon and Idaho
than all other Nur
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ereted tur tale that
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U located ena ball otila treat Pay•
ette depet, eo» the O. 8. L My- Tbie
“Gracie seems likes sister to me," tttustteSfsiu' Efltcttally.
— ■» TWAT —
bo would say to himself
that I was not to know the diffcr- SU« BL003,
RBSWCSMIMO IL IS.
ecoe. but we know nothing until we
HKALTM an* »TWBWCTH
are taught, and Mary Las been too VntwrwSv Maw. Kw-w on, ■ ■■■•( a
naS kB •» datarMa« with «- A*k yw
sweet a teacher."
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Paul wae honeet. and meant to hew»« «a>y by ika
marry Grace; but be would write CALIFORNIA RG SYRUP CO,
ami tel', her tue whole truth. Then
if, under the cincumrtonoee. abe
him to his promise thev would be
marned just after his time was
The next morning, after bis letter
WM dispatched. Paul sat in the
office trying in an abeenl-n.mdea
manner to kam h s Lat’n Irsecr,
Irmi—"I h,«r tom iur n,i
maid brougLt bin. a lettev.
iw »r fvmwtto
Bob* »eo^tedly )—‘ Iiidaed Ihav«
c » H
A : 3
Ixiet AAlV in eash and bonds, ne
gotiab.'e bord« t,< —good a* p <d
erert on» si them
It s a le« nt Je
Fnend—“Rut I hear roar w.fe
with another man "
Lewa—“Yea, shoe -be esse
(bat tJok the maeey ."
soul of benor!"
“He showered kisses upon her
cheek, and stroked the rippllog
waves of her fond head
“I thank heaven for this hour!
You have shared a heart that never
knew a rival—atv hope, my helper,
mv own wife!"
And to this day there ie no hap-
jeer bon* than thei-ne where Ches
ter ard Grace Tcafe dispense a re
gal hospitality and enjoy their vast
Nor had ever a child of
the dead mor* loving care than
Bradford Morse's amid Cbestir
Nar*««y. cempnaUf IM
neck and cheek
If T®° fcxT*
ring, on which she looked down **11 n,< h<*w the biiwd looks before
I etpire with in patience ”
did not warn him awav now
“It is, I believe. God's law that
“Yea. he attended father
I may say thia to you now," and last attack, and I mast say
he reached out and took her two mire him. In fact be ie my beau-
‘ idle of a gentlemen, aud a charo.
Her arched lip quivered,
Her ing man "
hands trembled in his owa.
“What a rigmarole for an en-
“If it were not wrong. Oh. if ’l gaged oiaidan
Whv. Paul Mays
were not wrong! I have been •° meet look to his laurels "
In the meantime Paul was ex-
“What can there be that '* fieeted to eecurt Dr Gorman's !» r
sad only daughter “here, there and
•"Can you think of any?”
ewrywhere." as all the doctor e a>
“I can think of nothing. Yet I I
■stante bad done before him.
will go, if you eav eo. and never re
She was a sweet yoong ladv, shy
yet unaffected. and a mutual liking
“Oh. don't go'
•prang up between the two veung
tee you eauie. like the rvuira of
people thrown eo much together
rummer after such a long, long
Liking npened into lovw before
either was aware of it, and poor
Chester Trale waited for no more
Paul awoke only to the true rate
He drew the fair head clues to bi
of hie he=.rt when a suiter asked the
strong heart, yet throbbing with 1U
old doctor for the hand cf fair
mingled hope and fear
“Will you. the«, bars faith in
Then it was '.hat be f«U be bad
"Yea, always faith in yon, yon never loved before.
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