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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1891)
Ths Last Cruise of the Gal-
COX FI KM EU.
face silenced her. It was a look of
Could he teli
! her how, on the evening of the Gal I
The Secret of Fine Pastry.
The favorable impression pro
duced on the first appearance of the
< haiter r
I atee’s arrival from Havre, he had
agreeable liquid fruit remedy Svrup
¡paced the «leek watching the light
of Figs a few years ago has been
m- French erwser Galatee was jn ,1<}r wjndow unfjl k (1|(I,ip
more than confirmed by the pleas
t-.-Hl from th.* port Of St. Malo for ftnJ
ant experience of all who have used
• t ii ti
Sep 1 the low stone wall beneath her win
it. and the success of the proprie
ti n ier 2d, 188!».
In a pretty stone dow until the hour when he should
tors and manufacturers, the Calif.
Iinnwf overlooki hr the harbor lived | CHte|l t|„. enrlv morning
only! FiS S.vr"P Company.
her «m plain, .Jean Moreau.
Cap- , Blois? He had then seen her
could not la-ar . to be.
| twice in his life; but the «
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Out «>f sight of the sea even when on he loved her. She read his secret
It'd; consequently he built his now.
lie eves fell, and a blush
¡Let vour hair drop out or let the
imu-c on a high bluff overlooking suffused her face.
dandruff accumulate. wh?n you can
was busy at the little porcelain
get a remedy at the Barber Shop of
On the afternoon of the 1st of stove, piling on fagots; but tin re
F< ptember, Arthur L«*iupri«*n*. the was no need for further words I e-
ymmg physician of the Galntee, tw en the two.
fa lied at the home of his captain to
■’You are not going to be ill?” h»*
The H ekai . d knows of two bay
report hiinselfin readiness to sail asked in a voice of tendersolicitude
On Ins vessell.
lie had just a. rived
from Blois, «’here he had Iteen on a
visit to mother ami sister.
Lempriere had remained almost
tin hour in conversation with his
From time t<>
time his eyes sought the door
Lempriere took thes|.-nder wrist
though hi* expected someone to CII- I between bis fingers and held it in
At length h«* asked, with low-1 silence lor a while, th« n seating
er«-« I «-yes and a faint Hush rising < l'jm^-lf n ¡i little mb|>* besi«le the
to his cheek, “Minii-mo’sclle Moreau I led.
lie liadconquered his emo
le well. I hope?”
tion nml was all physician now.
‘‘No.” replied the captain shortly, He written prescription and turned
‘'she is not. Fur the first time in to hand it to the captain, but he
lliv life I must sail leaving Mar- VV)t> gone,
Five minutes later his
guerite ill ill It'd ”
1 voice was heard calling from lx low.
“She is ill!” cried Lempriere, <*n«/ j --h, mpriere! The purser is here,
then in a lower Voice,
• May I—will you l< t me prt-scri >e work horses one branded on left
shoulder C. V. They made theit
for yon ?”
'•argnerite flashed a smile at appearance on the range where they
"I do not, like to take med i- now are the first of J uly; hot h horses I
| cine,” sh<- said. “I.nt vuu I am sure at that time were shod and had hill- ,
| would give me nothing unpleasant.” ters on. Any one having lost horses
about tiiat time can receive a full I
¡description and particulars hv writ-
ling or calling at this oilice and pay
ing for this notice.
Ilfaliif-'S Can’i hr <’u red
by local appli •ations. as they can
not reach t he diseasi <1 portion of the
ear. Th re is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitu
tioiiai remedies. Deafness caused
he and is nuking for you!”
Steadied with an effort, “it is not
L< lupriere came to Margurite's by an mtlamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian
W hen this titl e gets in
”(lh.no—a slight cold ami a fever.
• Promise me,” he said, “that vou
flamed von have a rumbling sound
M irguerite will vuicklv recover i will le well and strong when I re
or iniperC ct hearing, and when it
from it.” With a twinkle in his , turn, nod then I sha I have some is entirely closed.Deafness is the re
eye he added: “Would you like to thing. 1 hope. I may tell vou—”
sult, ami unless tin- inflammation :
see I k r. Lempriere?”
“I empriere!” cairn l > the voice of can lie taken out and this Inhere
hearing will he
“If I (lan d — is it pos-ild<!?”aske<l | the captain.
destroved forever; nine cases out of
t lie y ining man.
I promts«* ,” she said, her beauti- ten a»e caused hv catarrh, which is
“Certainly, in vour character of i fill face radiont with happiness. | nothing Imt an inflamed c indition
the captain i “(io i ow. mv fathei is calling for of the mucous siirtaces.
We «ill give One Hundred Do)
‘ Indeed. I think per- you. Farewell.”
for anv ci.seof Deafness(caused
liaps vou may lie aid«* to benefit
“No. not farewell—an
I hv cat.ir"'i) tnat we cannot cure bv
her. Com«* with me,“ and the cap
He caught In-r hand
taking i lull’s <’atarrli Cure. Send
tain .«-d tin- wav up stairs.
it; tlu n «mitching a Hower from a fir circa,a>s. free.
“Margin-rite.” he called softly, vast* on th«* table bi-side the bed lie E .1 «' iiexey A'C<> . Toledo, 0
at the City Drug
tapping nt the d< or w hieli w as ajar, i left the room.
fTo be (’oniihued.]
‘‘are you awake? May we VOII.V
“Yes. father,” answ< r< d a sweet
low voice; “but why do you mi y
I evotid the
II«* scarcely dared lift
his eyes when the voice of his cii) -
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man he loved
The beautiful pale face «if Mar
guerite brightened with plettsure
ILLUSTRATED FAMILY WEEKLY
snnetiiarv—the chamber of the w< •
sin* saw tin* «otmg mail
The:-«* was a true«*« f embarrassment
in her milliner ns sin* extend«*«! her
hand to llrtliur.
,‘It is goo«l to see you,” rhe said.
“I was so lonslv lying lu re
not reim inb« r w bell I wasillbefo v
THE CHICAGO LEDGER.
But why hnvo you not been to s«e
its toon« r?”
W. D. BOYCE, Publisher,
It was Lempriere who was em-
I i« voice tie ii -
ld«xl with his emotion ns In* e|s»ke,I
If your Newsdealer or Newsboy
does not handle the Ledger, ask
him to write to os, and we will send them to
him on sale. Speak to your New»deaier about It
still holding the suit white hand tn
“Ami I efnre roll left St Malo?"
The words w«*r«‘ alinorA on Mar-
gverite** lips as rhe raid'd her eyes
to his. ' 11«* secim-«l to read the
question then*, and the lo »k in his
This was a
came to St Malo th s morning
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Be: -..
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you a prescription.”
“I have K-vn at Blois with my
mother f«»r three weeks
“The doctor is with me.” replied
,h?captain, going to hi* «laughter’s
I < d.*ide and bending u9«*<-tionrt«-ly
ov< r bur. “Perhaps he will give
lain hade him enter
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