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But the day broke at last, and
the policeman came to keep his
promise. All through the weary,
bitter day, Mr. Merriment had to
BY MARY A. WHITE.
wait with all the patience he could
command, till the coroner gave his
From N. Y Ledger:
"Sit down; sit down
I guess verdict, and the law allowed the
it’s a bad business. You see he’s heart-broken father to claim his
an old offender, this Newton, and child.
Another interval was spent in
he’s evaded the law for years, so
preparation, before she
they are glad enough to have proof
to the home she bad
now to convict fifty men, if need be.
there was unut
And lie’s got a wife here in Albany,
Combines the juice of the Blue Figs of
that he quarreled with years ago
California, so laxative and nutritious,
with the medicinal virtues of plants
and left. Rut, woman-like, as soon as he said to the undertaker:
known to be most beneficial to the
as she heard he was in trouble, she
human system, forming the ONLY PER
FECT REMEDY to act gently yet
came here to him, and hns been have an hour or two before the cof
promptly on the
every «lay. but to day, a young fin is sent to the farm, to tell her
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS
girl, a country girl, came to see
—AND TO —
him, and his wife was in the cell. lor Jane can’t read writing.”
But she could read the stricken
Cleanse ’iie^steip Effectually,
There was a row, of course, for
— SO THAT -
Number Two had her certificate
and Number <”)ne was furious, and aiul it needed no spoken word io
REFRESHING SL. EP,
HEALTH and STRENGTH
I tell her why Lucy was not with her
they both went off.”
Naturally follow. Every one is using it
"But where? Where did Lucy father.
and all are delighted with it. Ask your
"bhe is dead!” she cried, “she «s
druggist for SYRUP OF FIGS. Manu
factured only by the
“Lucy that was the name, sure dead!”
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
enough. I can’t tell you any more
S aw F rancisco , C al .
than that she left here.”
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N ew Y ork . N.lf
But, even as the warden spoke, the time the father had asked for
a policeman sauntered up, and ' to bleak the dreadful news, but the
mother went with a strange, apa-
lounging in the doorway, said:
“Remember the country party, thelic calmness lo prepare the house I
lor funeral rites.
\ ery lair and beautiful was the
“Yes. Where is she?”
“Where she won’t trouble New face that was pillowed in Lucy Mer-
ton any more. Mrs. Newton the iriment’s cuihn, and very sincere
was the sympathy extended to the
first has the coast clear.”
parents. But, with the
“You don’t mean she has—”
"Yes, 1 do! Walked from here deep mourning, the sincere pity,
straight down to the river and hung was ever the bitter truth that CHICS.O, n USIOM SOUARE. N. Y s*"”**«Wo tW
nuwa •■ FQR
stl .« BY
a . ca
about till dusk. One of the steam conies to so many sorrowing hearts, 3TL0WWW
boat hands saw her when she that at the root of all the desolu
NEW HOME SEW ING MA-
jumped from the dock, and gave an tion and grief was the one act of de CHINE CO., 725 Market St.,
alarm. But, bless you, when they ception, the one lie, that was the
San Francisco, Cal.
found her she was dead. Hullo, parents’ reward for years of devoted l’aicfic Department.
who is tin* old man?”
For the farmer with one awful
The is much written of true love,
groan had dropped senseless to the of parental tyranny, but thousands 1
of tales could be told where the love I
"Her father!’ answered the war is but a glamour of youth, and the
den, stooping over the prostrate fig tyranny only tenderest of fatherly
ure. “Was inquiring for her as love; where the pain of opposition
you came up. Nice pill, that New is as keenly felt by the father as by
ton, take him all round.”
the wayward child. Many a home
es! lie’s coming to himself! tragedy that will remain forever un
¿Mark». Copyrights, sent Jr
Here old man, you must not give written is founded upon one such ;
way like that! There, take a sip hasty act of deceit, one such living
lie as desolated the home of Lucy
Rough men both and accustomed Merriment, anil brought her in her
to scenes of misery, but they were first youth and loveliness to fill a1 THE CRY OF MILL
tender as women in their touch, ai suicide’s grave.
OH, 7V^Y BTCK1
they lifted the farmer to a bench,
STOP IT NOW,
bathed his face and put spirit to
Reporter—"1 represent the Daily
• con rr v.*i!L zr tqo l ..<.
Rustler and I have called to obtain
I have been troubled many years with
disease < f the kidneys and have tried
“Can you take me to her?”
your views on the prosjiects of spring
many different remedies and have
sought aid from different physician?
Those were his first words as lie trade.”
without relief. About the 15th of April
1 was suffering from a very violent
looked up in the policeman’s face.
Merchant—“Good lands! We've
attack that almost proatmted me in
a manner tuat 1 was bent over
" 1 «»-morrow. You see it is a cor
When I sat down it was almost impossible for mt
or to put on my clothes, when
oner’s case, and we couldn't get at
kind Providence sent Dr. Henley, with the
OREGON KIDNEY TEA. to my
her to-night. I’ll tak«> you the first
Great Editor (meditatively)— hotel. I immediately commenced
thing in th«* morning. Tomkins, "1 wonder if it wouldn't pay for 11s using the tea. It had an almost
miraculous effect, and to the aston
can't you let him lie there to to start a religious department in ishment of all the guvM« at the hotel,
in a few days.l am happy to state,
our Sunday edition.”
that I was a new mau.
mmen I the tea to all afflicted
es, yes. I will see to him."
I've got a scrap-book at home full as 1 naw been.
And he was kind and sympathiz of
G. A TPPPER.
jokes about bishops.''—New York
ing. But, oh, the long, long night, Weekly.
Proprietor Occidental Hotel.
Sama Ruaa. Cal.
the weary stretch of time before
morning. What could he say to
Jane, the farmer thought; how tell
the waiting mother that he had
kept his promise and brought her
child home, dead, never again to
smile upon her, never again to speak
a loving word.
I hen a wild desire for revenge
upon the villain who had wrought
PERSONAL \ nd PROMPT
ail thia misery seized the old man, A lTEX TION GIVEN TO I* \ I -
hunt IM THK WORLD.
aria« qnaHtianarw unaurpaaaed. actually
and he paced up and down the ENTS, CAVEA L a
c t * ì k’i a o: any otbar brancL Noe
»L , ’ I.I TTHKìrtl IM.
small room, his hands clenched, MAKKS, otc.
NO FEE ENI.E'S I’ATFXT
his eves burning, calling for the
vengeance of Heaven u,>on his IS SECl REI». I ( »Il litSI‘ON D-
EXCE SOLICI rr.T».
child's destroyer, and the warden
STODDART à CD.
looking on, whispered:
& 615 7th Street.
“Better so than moaning like a
(Opp««lte V. s. I"
What Might have
Of Pavette Idaho.
HARDY TREES A
Thin Extensive Nursery. comprising 125
acres, is located one half milefront Fay
ette depot, on the O. 8. L. Ry. This
Nursery has done more to pro
mote fruit growing in East
ern Oregon and Idaho
than all other Nur
as the tress
such varieties are
offered for sale that
are Known to thrive and
flourish in the mountain
country. The “IDAHO" pear
will beoffrred in limited quantités
for the first time this year. This pear
is a native af Idaho is considered the finest
pear grown and is extremely hardy. Do
not fail to plant a few trees.
.Address, Payette Nursery,
P. F. STENGER.
Range—Grant county, Oregon.
I*, o.—Barns. Grant countv. Oregon.
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