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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1895)
honest, and faithful and industrious;
that he had all the qualities of a
gentleman, except good breeding,
BY BEATRICE CAMERON.
and that I should prefer an energet
ioni Aiiieiit.n Nation.
ic son of toil for a husband,” said
K ib I‘u»»ell turned over with a
Miss Stone, getting becomingly
• I have no time for it.’’
iwn, and threw down the paper
in her earnestness, “to a frivo
‘•Well, there!” cried Aunt Sarah,
\ ho.-e sporting columns he had
Beginning to laugh; “I forgot all lous, flippant-minded citv man;
• < n study ing
about yo r notions, Miss Stone: or they’re all frivolous and flippant-
lie was on 'the green, cambric*
there. I won’t call ’em notions, I’ll minded!” Miss Stone tapped the
overed lounge in his Aunt Sarah
call’em principles. You’re just ae arm of her chair decisiyely. “And
Brice »mb’s cool, dim sitting-room.
tickled over the country as ever?” no lack of birth, station, or wealth,
Ilf found :t very comfortable after
‘Just,” cried Mirs Stone, sailing should prevent my marrying an
i m irning of rowing and bicycling.
honest, worthy young man, I think
|< ch afternoon of the five d iys he
Hurns JVTortt KzTrv
“And you get up at four o’clock I might prefer one with some world
lad sojourned in Westfield had
ly disadvantages; I could lift him
every morning yet?”
found him tin re. reading < r sleep-
up/’said Miss Stone, seriously.
“And sometimes earlier.”
It if firnt clam in « very reaped. The proprietor bin
“Well, ves; you could support
“And you keep on helping your
in the buaim-HH knowajust h iw to conduct it Meat at ret?
lb* had concluded that Westfield
Aunt Mirandy with the work? You the family,” Aunt Sarah assented,
You can buy by the quarter, I«* hh or mor<, hi
>i as a first class place for a summer
get breakfast, and help get with a chuckling gTtze on her visit
• m low a* you would have to pay ranch« th Beef.I’ork,M t
- u-ay« vacation when a fellow was tired
or’s pretty diamond brooch and
K. A. M attii /*
Hotor out with a long siege of city news- ■ dinner, and—”
"And bake—yes, I’ve learned to earrings.
pap r work.
i make bread,” said Miss Stone,
“Yes, I could lift him,” Miss
Aunt S.irah was in the porch, her
Stone repeated gently, “But Hank
I laciti face just leginning to cool
from the In at of dinner-getting, and night; and I milked real straight, Grimes—I don’t like red hair, and
her spectacled eyts slowly dosing too; only a little went out of the crossed eyes, and freckles, all to
gether; and I believe he is devoted
Bob, looking out at her, was fill the pail.”
ly attached to Mary Anu Simmons,
ng i to a like drowsiness, when a
h i< ton pulled up I risklv at tin ly.
Miss Stone laughed sweetly and
5 gate, and a Young person stepped
out i fit. who, once seen, dispelled home—sure you don’t?” she quer dimplinglv as she rose to follow
Aunt Sarah to the dairy.
the last vestige of Bob’s shepiness ied.
“0 no!” Miss Stone’s gloved I Rob Russell sat in reflective
lie sat up promptly, straining his
cl i-pt d themselves impetu-' stillness during the ten minutes
eyes for a better view.
“Well!” Aunt S.iriih ctillrfl out >uslv. "I never want to see the which passed before Miss Stone
n gratili««] tones, pulling herself city »gain—never!” This is such a ' went out at the gate, with a basket
<>f eggs and a pail of butter, and
it ck from the Verge of her nap, and ovelv life—so perfect!”
getting ready to receive her caller
TO BE CONTINUED.
“I’m very glad to see xoti. Mis.* enough,' Aunt Sarah observed,!
Stout. I wasn't certain «ott*d com«’
today. I’ve got my butter al reckoned ou’«f get over it. Well, j ■ c «HI.W i' ». v » » • » v ¿4
cklswia r * d
s**" * ' >
ready,though,and you can have as do you think just as much of Hank
• rimes as ever?”
many eggs as you want.”
BAN 70S, -
“0 our boy!” Mi.-s St ine grim-
Miss Stone hitched In r horse, and
Import ano fami WbcJus-le ì > ch ! minai! hindi of •
came up the path and took a widt iced laughingly. "Now vou know
■ - uui’ars Cantos. Mùndallnes, Ac< ord. c ,
as. v.c.,ail Kinds of Cîrlnqs. c to. »tc.
Bob congratulated himself on its
à y “ou
position. lt gav<f him a gisid view
of the voui g 1 idv’s verys wei t face.
“it * so warm,” she sind, f.mnii g
li» i elf witli a s’\ lish littl« fa« .
Disease commonly comes on with slight
Bobobserxed thilt her iir< »s ;i«,<
symptoms, which when neglected increase
er bonnet were surprisingly pretty
in extent and gradually grow dangerous.
fur W. st fit Id.
To every person send
turrtR prom hfadache . dyb -
“So ‘tin.’ Aunt Sarah agreed.
ing us th- amount of
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It’s just the day for it.”
Miss Stone frowned gently.
-I never sit in the hammock,”
she said, with a pietty seriousness;'
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