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w. naama imax, rK-iUAj, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920. .PAGE FIVE Judge Honor, Buzzlenut jvrvwt Krm - nt IIUb4a n,,ir T o ""u' wlUl lU b'k roul oil lumps, wm . n,,.rh'ut"l. and a bit , il e air '"" wliu "-0' ... nondescript tobacco. I"1"" I. however, tor .convenience, limited tr" ' ..... ii., nacullarly smug !". Wan 1 not growing ro-H',ul-.... Had not the raln- ,"'e.i of ilione Oregon forests irw"1' ". .. ..!.... soothed tin ,,olr n'HV'"' . ' .,,,,,! i,.u irT In very irum, !"u. ...n with Ita owu k..M, nUu run... ."r rugged end rak niiiuii-"'- .... ... ,.. cowmaa lenuo, l-d end .lee. U ,r".....-..i i icons: no long- ''""i a uulliK-d savage roam Hi M 1B 11 ... u Hull. On. ... nln a P1""""'' t0 iu - unreaon- w,;;.;rii. ,,,UU .i.iiin laalv wl,or. inn '",T.rrB, Uui l)tyoi)u 1 luid considered ahal- a bottle of Sunny M DU w.t It waa! a far "l T ... . i. Waal if tnv those ioroie nio """;...... i inimitable: the w i I. .11 IIM" li li.ttN lllltl in""' i ...... with trout: hlllt'. "" - p ticca- ' ...,h mi Itinocuoua " tad ob.rv-.l nothing parllc 1 1 .7 vnnti tho lw. Were Z I'-'i"1""1 ."m of rr . hriilll' 1 should havo consld- wjourn palnruiiy monoion tintM lo create a diversion, healed "" snJ dUiurbwl -.cent ntuiiiiiir 7 ""- n 00 1 ' " " - v - ' ilfiit) deer I'unt. Urpt.nl .. i.i,.ire of my hoH.llong folly. L rthrlf" wlHhnd that oltttlilng Ljtranl'i' r'-llovo the "ImHll- 'Jmarlun. I hfcunia reconcllt.d i . ...rriiv f W'Miern horolt l.rlrml Ik Wltlllin Ul nuj7iii"ii L imulti uluurt and from tha liloBlilp of ll""n wholithoftrti-d Tio Uir region. 1 aa happy ,,!U. at faprca. iicklwl softly I rcallptl many ...in, i fun tliut wo hud itnjoym. mm in that vt-ry room th ao 4 "Itibby" of th Atillwra lullr wlrn tlio JikIkh had lt'n In irnmtu;lvo ludotl. And hla nmfoii and roniplfinnntary lllua !it. II nut pimalalnntly loglnil iJipi. alwaya ootutmt. Ho om tlm dflgni'tt to grnci th :itiil b,ncli of lh county. Whfn (i! phnwiil'iK)' f.illi'il lil in or up ,ff4 lo be a tu'fdy weapon at a Jul Juncture, lut aamtnonnd from ii ftinomiMiiil mnrtiory and tliuu ,ni forth inch u voluma of ittinor-' ii nr.li that hla opponent were iplM nth aiinilnr and rfupm-t. to Lit i ccAUDQfttion of th dlacuaalon -rminprtluoui. Ut tb ntnliig of which I poult, f iu illt hy t tie big, md-hot iu Rtdlni il Wnekly Drogoniun. i iu Mi nnoiii, aftar reading an Kjror-i. io put dowo th pupur 'id i (ruo, ilt holt upright In hla rxctiir, irab off hla atiwl-rlmmaa Lhm, lo,r hla whlta oynhrowa ul- ii lo hli Unlit. mid ptwtr around i room; Ihrn liu would go to tho tin J h,i a nip or wtil.kcy. IU 'f proprietor. . it her unolitriiHlvo looking In It n er by the front window, tho bur Ktrrtlirlemi auHtulned tlm un iJlau of many an elbow. Ilract 1 pjlte. rruK the room, were "nlmlcartl tiitilt-n ki which a ftw ii wr ImliilxliiK a fancy for on AtU reetilmt'k The lure of M ao longor rimclnuto tho WohI wkut the mi net Ion of greon most EWlr iM.tfii where all la green Uira The rent of the men, mv ' eight In alt worn Ktod around it)T reaillng mid amoklng I rrub! Down went 'ho Jutlao'a n- QB 01 my. Jd.iiliri " Ihn unl.r r. Ilrluri l'uni.l tlllhooley. '"ro: t. runted tho Judge, tak- I ll hll gluHM'S. CluU. ('loll lif lirw.f. i.n,l II.. Me of win.,.1, inhirrupfd briefly. J v llllllllllg '1 ArvabiLnHP' 'Ul. h... .nu..n Jjiwld Bia-urr Jordan?" wld Starr Jordan, Sir, In our ""TOW authority on Klrh and I'arl w. replied n, jlll!0 W6 walkuJ 'if dour to meet t)i., gtugo. He! o. til,.. .. " . .. . .. ?, !'" .h""r,y "' lo '' rl. lltiln luiti tonight." "me tun iiiooii, ov.r tho nioun '"oppo.il.,. Ill up th,, .!,.!, umlil Z,: ni'" rlv"r ,H,0W foaiuru uiuvrH, I'l'nuntirlu fM i. . ,. r ' "f Hio Htuito n niHn A fmll ImiLl., ri....... i ... . toward. "u" M with Aml"r" l,,n?" "na r. an ',"iil that intulit !.,. Z?n ,lri'1"1 or lu Ha,. '' '"tii.. Vr"n, r!K,,t '" rlnt U'h tit'or. w'b! t hi r""l,0,"1H' 1 fl" would 'Cu .11,,!',,".,.ll,n ,,B """t"" 'froth "r,,M n ly M,,",KM,, fro" lM ,.r: "r '"'" taw.. l'ln anv ... ..' '"" 10 r,KI,l juur uooumpiianment aa a acholar . . ,001 Pou.tlvo wo shall b cordial friends. My ta,ue 1. Oglo ihorpo liownllo, Judge." "Dollghled to form your acquaint unco air; truly honored I assure you." said Huwlenut. giving th prof ferod hand a tow jorks, and Btillng lufik ul tl.ji ...... .. . " .w mat VI US. I am un author. Judge, that is i budding one. you know; and I have i-oiue out here to Imullxt aouie of our local color." The Judge put orook on tho bur i in atratii ttiat n a bnd way for . aproutlu' author to nourtiih his Mplrll, young limn; Nouli Wobalnr Is t omior put tor yoa Mian Hunter.' The budding author raised a pro testing band. "No. thank you Judpo nuMienui, i uo not touch It; I'm lone witn the Uoheml ifi life for uood ifou aro perfectly right there ts no .usplrallon in the bottlo. That la tho ory reuson I cam Wont. 1 wlnh to rlto a manly, vigorous storv in.ilnc, with all the grandeur end exeiteraenv i your wonaerrul country your Indians, your cowboys and all of tmi. l cumo to saa those thing wim my own eyes and nolo them (own that Is wlrt I meant by sol ing iticai color. I aee, leapondod the Judgo, his yes sp-rkllng humorously. "No loubt you'll get all the color you want; that's about all we have around tore The Judgo uliowod lilm urst-lra to ils room and as ho pesod out. bow n K to the rest of us, Ullhooly whls- lornti, "i wontlar doe he eul." Next morning, lUMe convorsattot. vas overheard at the breakfast table. Che men ate silently, pausing now nd then to take a good look at this irodlgy In our midst. 1 soon rosh .nd went Into tho lobby. The Judge vae standing at the front door talk. UK with the little Indian girl who .vorks over In (illlioolcy's Kmporium, !.td. Ho had his Arm around her ihoulder. When I entered ih. ,nnn. lie quickly withdrew it and mutter tig a few words, pushed her out of tho door "Htrange," I thought, and Dlcked un . ..miiiJuiHjr, preienaing to reuu Tho girl was ubout 20 years of rtickound. and uBilunluliiv num In fuct ahe was only one-third Indian mil enjoyed a good educatlun. And m It wits qulta startling to discover her and Judge Uuizlenut In such com- romiMtng intimacy. Aa I sat down, the Judu-e came stomping across the room, hitting his iiandn together, and seated himself besldti me. "Well." he said, "what do you hlnk of our author brat?" l am not given to precipitate 'udKiuents," I replied a bit stiffly. inoKing towards the door, "but I iiirdly think he could satisfy Car '.ylo'a definition of a genius. The Judge appeared concerned; he knitted his brow and said nothing 'or a fow moments. Then he laughed ma slupped me on the knee "Great guns, man!" he said, "what re you thinking about? Listen to ue. I'm going to give this lad alt lie local ool he cun 'Imbibe.' I was skin' the little Indlun girl to help ho scheme along; and shell do it. jur." he laughed heartily. Neces- inrlly," he continued, warming up, 'this gent'll require some guidance irouiid these parts, and she's to be lie guide. While .ur Percy Bysch Shelley Is admlrln' the woods and vnterfulls, the lovely sndlan frlncesa v 1 1 1 make love to him." "Hut," I protested, "I don't eoe .lie sense of this." "Tut, tut! my dear man, wait till I tell you the rest. The girl Is Just to pretend, d' y' understand? That's all she knows about my scheme; bet ter not let her know all for fear she'd ovordo It. Ho, in a few days we'll have a witness or tvo happen casual ly upon Ihelr amatory retreats and The sudden appearance In th din ing room doorway, of th victim, Mr. Oglolhorpe Down lie, cut short th Judge's communications. For some reuson ho refused, later, to resum them. "Well! well! Mr. Downlle. good tnornli.g; big, beautiful morning, ta ll not?" he cried, rising from hi chair. 'ftuoerb! my dear Judre: .unh aa I dreamed of." "I suppose you'll be wlnclnc afai In pursuit of local color?" First of all." aald Downll thoughtfully, "I must gain aome neighboring eminence from which II can visualize the country as a whole, you unaersiana. "O yes, perfectly " said Buzzlenut, apparently Intensely Interested. "Hut I must have a guide for a wl.i.o, at leuat till I become familiar vlth the region. Do you know of one?" The Judge put ni finger to his chin untl thought awhile, tapping his f"ot to keep time with bli cogitation,. Then he pursed hla Hps, cocked hla uead put. out his hand and declared: ' Honestly. I can't think of a soul." "tiiicd morning, Judge," said a swent toice "Well, well, well!" exclaimed the Judge, "If here Isn't little Hosalita. Ton my soul! How are you, m'dear? Gracious me! You have come a long distunes this morntng." (Continued on page seven) -ataakj THE UNIVERSITY OREGON 1 saaiatala4 bytbaatat in order that th yoaag peo ple of Oregoa mmy roeoWo, without cost, th beaefit of a liberal odacatioa. Tk Ualvmitr Include! ttu CoOese of Uuratura. Science and Uw ArU. (a OradutU Sckool. Uw School ct Ptir' toml Edncntlo. ancl th nofeeilownl Schoola ol Law. Modldna (at Portland). Arckltactura, Coatnarae, JoarnaUam, Education and Maaic Hlak etandarda of ackolaraUt are nada ooaaiala k an akla (acuity, vail equipped lakoratorlea aad a ilkrary of nearly 100.000 volumes. Supenlaad atkletlca are encouraeed and eeery attention ftran tke kealth and welfare of Ike atudenta. Wllk ka44feleeie4 eaaBeaaae Seined kr Ik roeoat ,eeelea paklle aapnort, tke Uaieotatlr la new eatarlal npm mm em mt larie doTeloaaaaat aad steaded: eelelaeaa. For a cataloeua or for any InforMtlon. addreaat THE KBGISTBAK Valeoratle at OreSea Beneae. Onl EDUCATION PAYS FOR THH INDIVIDUAL AND fXR THE STATE A Person with No-Education baa but On Chance in 150,000 to Render Distinguished Service to th Publlo With Common School Education 4 Chance With High School Education 87 Chance With College Education 100 Chances Are You Giving Your Child His Chance? THOSE STATES ARE WEALTHIEST THAT HAVE INVESTED MOST IN EDUCATION Oregon Agricultural College Through a "Liberal and Practical Education" pre pares the Toung Man and Young Woman for Useful Citizenship and Successful Careen in sericulture Engloeering Mining Home Economic Commerce Pharmacy I-'orea.try Vocational Education. The Training Includes PHYSICAL EDUCATION, MUSIC, ENG LISH, MODERN LANGUAGE, ART and Other Essentials of a Standard Technical Colleg Course. Pall Term Opens September 20, 1080, Tuition 1 Free. TOR INFORMATION WRITE TO THE REGISTRAR. Orefon Agricultural College CORVALUS, OREGON PART OF THE YORLD IS YOURS HAVE YOU GOT YOUR HOME? IT Every man aad wife every family I entitled to a HOME on tills earth of ours. If yon haven't got It It moat be yoar very own fault. Maybe It was the failure to i Then NOW i th time. See tu TODAY aek f or ouf complete list of town and country property. Get out from under th rent habit. Farm for rent and for sale. Lota and houses In all parts f the city. Price and term to suit. JOHN PHILIP Reliable Real Estate Dealer Hewitt Building. ST. HELENS, OREGON. y- aa M w IA I A 5B "He Lev ' 'us'0' .,,ut l'-n or- wd Za .. " U(" " ' Hie short iack..i '""i by Hon,?-1,'0 ,nklu tu " Martin. 71H"mo. J'ilietis of BUCK at the o K1 lu.r hort Jacket those S-nior I,.,,.. ?,.u"".1,1 o' the . liouid Zi ! 7""" w-at at ,lN:-nd l n,?.i. PnH'r p,1trl" t. ?lj C t,' ""''"'l bar, Xny, ' first .1 a.',""'-riice. !rou'e"' tho 5u,f,!l,,'l"B ""nily hlnrt .i,"..J"l,.'!0 "lushed and aii.i PENDLETON. OREGON SEPTEMBER 23, 24, 25, 1920 'mi to hn :. ', '" ""'He n. mil,. 1. 1)0 ovorw in n. I .... i '.. Vein j . . . moroly Di.ra.n..j k..." uen ul eni.i . . "" crna .1.. . " "'enciert U.t 1 M"a I Ilia 1, ...... YildcndVondcrful Pony Exprm Riee. Broncho Buftini, Indiant. Cowboy, Outlaw HqrMt hold jron -pell-iouna with tXslr rv ana arinf Furious end Exciting BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER hi. And Dttzzl 'nut?" he Juilirn .ninlllfmoiiBW. GST FARE3 AND PARTICULAn3 FROM AGSNT O W. R. R4N, yyu. MoUTjiutAY, Ownvral FasMiigvr ijjrnt, FortUnd, Oregon