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Tuesday, August 22, 1922
THE HEPPNEK HERALD, HEPPNER, OREGON
Starting the U. S. Pavilion in Rio
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Scene during the ceremonies of breaking ground for the United States
pavilion at the Brazilian Centennial exposition in liio de Janeiro. Doctor
.Sanipalo has the shovel ; directly behind him is Frank Packard, the architect
appointed by President Harding; at Mr. Packard's right is Ambassador Ed
ward V. Morgan.
Let Us Fix It
If anything goes wrong with your
Car call us up and we will fix it at
once and at a very moderate charge.
And if it is necessary to replace any
part or bring the car to our shop, you
will be pleased with the reasonable
charge we make.
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It Costs You Money
Every day you delay in placing your goods
before, the public is costing you money.
True, everyone may know you're in busines.-
know where your store is, but they do noi
have the time to run to your store to find oin
about the new things you are showing, aboui
the special bargains you are offering and tin
hundred and one other things that mak.
your :-tore an interesting place to visit.
Many people may be going past your stoi
every day to buy something you could se!
them at a iower price than they are paying
and why? The other fellow invited them i
I uv that's all. You didn't.
, Western Newspaper Union.
"LONESOME CHARLEY" REY
NOLDS, CUSTER'S SCOUT
Many noted scouts served with Gen
eral Custer during his Indian cam
paigns, but his favorite of them all
was Charles Reynolds, known as
"Lonesome Charley." In the early
seenties, Reynolds was a hunter for
the garrison at Fort Rice, N. D. lie
was a quiet little man who lived
much to himself and preferred to
hunt alone, no matter how many hos
tile Indians were near. Because of
his disregard for human companion
ship, he became known by everyone
as "Lonesome Charley."
Reynolds first served under Custer
In the exploration of the Yellowstone
country in 1S73. During his expedi-.
tion two inoffensive civilians with
Custer's command were murdered by
the Indians. The next year, while
Kej nolds was attending a sun dfince
of the Sioux nenr Fort A. Lincoln,
N. D., he heard a young chief named
Ham-in-the-Face boast of the murder
of the two men. Charley reported this
to . Custer and Rain-in-the-Face was
arrested and imprisoned. Later he
escnped and sent back his now-famous
vow of vengeance of the whole Custer
"Lonesome Charley" was with Cus
ter during the exploration of the
Black hills In 1874. When gold was
discovered, at Custer's request he
rode 150 miles, through a country
swarming with hostile Indians to Fort
Laramie, Wyo In 48 hours and gave
to the world the first news of the
discovery, causing a stampede of min
ers Into that region.
When Custer started on his last
campaign against the Sioux In 1870,
Reynolds was offered the position of
When the Seventh cavalry left the
steamer Far West, Reynolds was 111.
Capt. Grant Marsh of the Far West
tried to persuade him not to go with
the expedition since he was in no
condition to do any fighting. Reynolds
"I've been waiting and getting
ready for this expedition for two
years, captain, and I'd rather be dead
than miss it," he said earnestly. So
he rode away to his death. .
When Custer divided his command
to attack the Sioux on the Little ISIg
Horn, the scout was sent with Major
Reno. The Indians swept down upon
Reno and forced him back to the
wooded bluffs across the river. "Lone
some Charley" was killed In this re
treat. His body was found surrounded
by 00 empty cartridge shells. He bad
Put Limit on Positiveness.
Don't be too positive. The positive
man is, after all, only positive about
his positiveness. Even a straight line
can ne made to De crooked hy placing
n roi-in 1-ln.I Men... i.
nun mm, hi iinm- pnpiT over
Dust Carried Long Distances.
It has been calculated that storms
In the western United Slates are-responsible
for carrying S:0,000,000 tons
of dust 1,440 miles every year.
One Cause for Argument.
"Some men keep on arguing," said
Jud Ttinkins, "not because they are
sure they're right, but because they
hate to end an Interesting conversation."
The Somber Colors.
Men who look on nature and their
felhnvmon, and cry that all is dark
and gloomy, are in the right; but the
somber colors are reflections from
their own jaundiced eyes and hearts.
Arabs Like Hyena Stew.
Some Arabs are extremely fond of
hyena stew, and this despite the fact
that even a dog turns from hyena meat
For the Invalid.
Straws may be used in giving
liquids to sick children when they can
not be moved. Glass tubes are easily
broken, but n bundle of straws, such
as used nt soda fountains, uitij; be
purchased at small cost.
Guess the Occasion.
Indian paper .Mrs. Hhmk delivered
a speech Iveiitting the occasion, she
being quite inaudible. Boston Transcript.
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