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About East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1895)
There was a prophecy that such
“I d n't care,” said the little
a being would appear and they dameel, laughing saucy defiance,
would not lat him depart.
, “It’s the nicest place tn the world
RY MARY KYLE DALLAS.
At last, however, an EngPsh ship up here. I feel just like a bird,
Prom The IBuatiated HomeGuift
stopped at the island for water. He , with the leaves fluttering against
with the captain, my face, and ths wind blowing so
and by dint of stratagem was taken softly, and I intend to stay here.
Meanwhile, I pat in the lil
e on board. He had searched for me Wouldn’t you like to come up.
anteroom, like one in a dream I
j in vain, learning at last that I had ; Ruthie? It’s easily done. Just put
young artist chatted volubly, . (
T ta ’ v t as companion to a j your foot on that knot, and then—”
fancy bethought me very stupid.
ladv whose name no one remember
Ruth, who was thirty, and weigh
Madelina disappeared in a few
ed a hundred and sixty pounds.
momenta and returned in a gray ed.
bristled np with amazement.
muslin gowr.. Then Harry came
“Mary Thorne, are you crazy!
down this instant!”
“I shan’t!” said naughty Marv.
“Come, dearest; the sooner it is
the silky shower of curls
over the happier I shall be.”
away from her forehead, and glanc-
idK 1_T T*n SI
'he spoke I arose.
down with eyes that shone and
Madelina wrapped me in my
spa’kled like two blue jewels.
white opera-cloak. I stepped for
And I—I told him everything
It is first class in every respect. The proprietor having been raised ward to take Harry’s offered arm,
"But we are all going—”
in the business knows just h<w to conduct it. Meat at retail and whole .and, womanlike, glanced toward but that which happened in Harry
"Yes. I understand; you are all
' \ ou can buy by the quarter, less or more, and at prices 1 the broad mirror above the mantel- Myrtle’s studio on that last after going in triumphal procession to the
as low as you would
»»..1,1 have to pay ranchers
Beef, Pork,Mutton, Sausage ( piece, and saw I waspale as death. noon, for later on I received a letter depot to render an ovation to the
K. A. M atthes , Proprietor.
great Professor La Place, the
“Isniadanif ill?" cried Madelina from Harry. It ran thus:
and at that moment I seeimd to
“D ea a M rs . F air : Let me con wisest, sagest, and grandest of man
ilate you on vour happiness kind, to whom the Thorne family
the others to swoon away. What I
never forget the look of joy have the unutterable honor of be
thought happened to me was
I the same white angel I had seen
cousins, and escort him
recognized the fact that vour hue-
my trance so long before stood he-
you ( solemnly to a a month's sojourn at
-A-A. A.M l for» n.e and shcok me by the hand, that it cured me completely.
I Thorne Hall. Oh, dear!” ejaculat-
t lat the golden mist surrounded us.
“I shall al wavs admire and re-1 ed Marv, “ I 1 wish I could run away
th it we floated through it with >ut | spect you; I shall always be vour somewhere
--- ------- -----
---- . 1 hate th a
• ffo ’, and that I said to the fair friend; but
»“ that look proved to me paragon of pr*m precisio 1. I *h m l
I that you had never loved me—that
- being nt m v side:
I von never could love anv man but marry him if he asks, and 1 mean
I * Do you begrudge me my neW-| Frank pajr—as finft H fellow, too. to behave so ba llv that he won’t
I found happiness?”
as ever lived. Then I ant so thank • dream of it. No, I am not going
is the whole stay
"Happin*ss," laid thespirit. g.*nl- fill that we had not carried out that | .vith you
I hate the close bar
Providence ouche, and it’s too warm to ride on
’ Child. I save you from re mad idea of mine.
I . l v
real I v seemed to watch over us.
, mors and shame.’’
"Good by, my friend; God bless horseback. I shall stay at home.”
“At d whither do you take m» ?" you!”
And Mary settled herself so sneg-
* I a ked.
ly, with one tiny, slippered foot
No. I have never told Frank that
down, and her prettv head
I came so near being Harry’s wife.1
Iff H3f*1r3<Vi>C 0°*** 00 BIore,lun other package sods—«ever spoils
close to a nest of blue speckled bird’s
111 jJavl^<l£v3. flour—universally acknowledged purest to
Then we floated through th«- And a« for Harry, I think that,I eggs, that Ruth give it up with a
after all, there was more pity than
golden mist in silent***.
Bade saly ky CTUJtci fl CO., Ro Tort. Sold ky grocers
At ' all
Meanwhile, this really happem-d: love in ¡his last wooing. ,
“Well, then, have it your own
Those al-o it me strove in Vain to events, he is happily married to a way, vou incorrigible romp. 1 wish
bring me back to c inscio«iane*s. 1 , beautiful woman.
you weren’t too big to shut up in a
1 gave no sign of life, save that mv I And Harrv was right: I never dark closet, or have your ears well
h -art still Iwat faintly. Doctors loved nor could have loved anv one boxeé.”
I were summoned and could do noth hut Frank in all mv life And
“It is a pity, isn’t it?” sa’d Marv.
ing. At last I was plated in a every hour 1 lift my heart in grati demurely.
Toeverv perroi send- carriage and tnk»n home. No soo * tude to God for.al! His mercies.
“Of course it is, Mary, If cous
*i»g us the amount », er had they borne u.e across the
in Tom Bradley comes this morn
one yearly subscription to The Hanau* together with ten «*—»t« extra threshold of the consul's d «veiling
ing. be sure to exnlain to him why
Mary Thorne’s Cousin.
we will send free a copy of The World Almanac for 1SV*>. Single cop e< 1 than I rvcov«retl.
we are absent, and behave like a
may be ordered at this office fur 25 cents
The servants had gathered al>out
young bul » ’’
Fmm g « m «1 St«.ria*.
the entrance, uttering exclamations
"All tiihi,” said Marv, dauntless-
.ofc »nstern ition. They were almost 1
“I always liked Tom. We
'equally terrified by iny sudden re
I - d to 1 e grand romps together
"Mary, I aina-tonish d’”
covery. Their cries reached the
Of cour-a the grave elder sister ¡ wb»-n we were children ”
ears of those in the drawing-room. was astonisHed. In truth and ly ' 8Le sat there in the old pear-tree
Th« portieres drew back and the | fact, she lived in a chronic state of prettier than any hamadryad that
consul himself stepped into the amazement.
amazement, for Mar'*
Mary Thorne r was ever might have haunted the mossy
doing something to astonish 1 old vet» ran of the garden, her cheek
"It is tbs lady h-raslf," be said. I her friends and relative«.
_j touched wilh sunshine and carmine.
j her dimpled lips apart, now read
Some on« appeared behind him Ruth could hurdle
a 1 line
the book , in
deuce of her own sense*
sense*, in the ing
tí I The consul thrust him Lack
The Best Rofurence Book Prirte»’
| "Not yet.” he Mid.
>i.v g < of the August morning, girlish reverie into the blue sky. as
A Volume of over 500 pages
I preparation may be n»c. s«»ry wl,« n she came out of the clemati« it sparkled down through ever-
It Treats 1,400 tojics
Mrs Fair is rather delicat
it -. -. . 1 . i ar . snadows of the little south |K>reh, ”’nvi"g kaves. and now breaking
Endorsed by STATESMEN,
into a soft little warble of song, that
; My dear madame. a friend is wait and
that v von L r moving made the very robins themselves
ii>g tor you—an old friend, a verx object, half-way up among the uni-
their heads on one side to lis-
STUDENTS everywhere. «I *d« ar friend w you h*ve not • *» brageous t,ranches of the huge old put
“ carriage had driven awav
Has Reached Such a State of Per*
for some time. You have, p*-rchai ce, pear tree was not a aprir of leaves
taction That It la a Veritable
si nee >—she had watched it be
fancied some one you loved dead
yond the curve oft he winding road;
Encyclopedia of Facto, Statis
No - if y m were to bear •fl that thi. a clu-tef of sun-cheeked pe«ra
the dark mantle of the shadow was
tics and Events drought TMwn
giog in the bine empyrean.but
was a mistake, that —
slowlv following the creeping sun
to January First, ifcfcfc.
“It is braiik' ’ I onnl; “it i* niv y — Mn* Marv Thorn», comfortable glow across the velvet lawn below,
HE 1I95 volume is a whole library
bus -and! Toe aagel sai l that it
r parched in the crook of th- gnarled and the old chu’ch-spire among
in itself. Owe can hardly think
would bring tnr io iuiM. Ofc. Frank! tree, h r curia all flecked with the the far off woods, had chimed out
of a question it cannot answer. It tell»
a.fud rain .*f sunshine that came eleven. And still Mary Thorne sat
where ar» xou?”
all about party platforms, electioe sta<
there in these forked branches ot
The nest n»-*ment I was in his down through the ahihit g canopy the giant pear-tree.
listica, the new tartC religions of the
arms, older and a.uerd. it is tru*. o’ leaves, and a book in hr r lap.
TO BK COXTiartU.
earth, popelatioe everywhere, state and
government statistK-a, ocenpatioas of
loved me and whom I toved
men, foreign matters, literature, science
Ai d the visnwi of mv drean. had
It is . . .
| wen in s^nue measure true, for he
had «wen east upon « tropical is
land where savsgrW ft >u nd him
ffcer Were fnemlly, and fod him
and made him of g*»wt im|s»rtancv
Hut in this white nan Ibex had
• Æto’&sx’sa ~
fotnd a sup-ror being whose pres,
•• rase« _
mce would let*«fit tbrm *
The Vision of a Dream.
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