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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1912)
C L O V E R D A L E , T IL L A M O O K C O U N T Y , OREGOW. J U N E 28, 1912.
»I VLt f I LARNED
in itia l let tel uu it.
th is she loused
on the dining tab le and stood w aitin g
for him to w ith d ra w
H e saw by the
pallo r on her face and other signs
! th a t she was badly frig h ten ed , aud he
felt a pang at having caused her an
noyauce. So Instead of going at once
he stopped to reassure her
T a k in g a
card fro m his pocket aud a pencil,
he asked her to w hat in s titu tio n be
should send a donation
She was not
especially Interested In any and for a
for you when you commence
mom ent could not th in k ot any
she was try in g to do so an elderly
paying by ch»>cka on this
j xentlem an, w ith a gray m ustache, step
ped into the room
bank instead of in cur*
T h e girl turned paler s till. If th a t
rency. Many a leak in
w ere possible, tea rin g th a t the story
would not go dow n w ith the new
your ca§h will bo stopped, many a saving made in your ex
com er and there w ould be trouble
penditures. Why not open an account today and commence
sbe said, "th is gentlem an
Das m ade u bet th a t he would m b this
enjoying the benefits.
"In d ee d !" said tin* uncle quietly
"Yes. at the ----- club. H e is to w in
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i $100 and give it to any c h a rity l may
“ A hundred d ollars! T h a t ’s no price
fo r a g en tlem an b u rg lar to pay for the
privilege o f robbing a house.
might have got a w a y w ith $5.000 or
j $. i.i nm i w o rth o f property.
C o uld n't
i you m ake it Sl.OOO. sir?"
C h am b e rlin was very rich, but rich
men don't like to p art w ltti tlie lr rnon
ev anv u .u ,,r th ll„ poor men
he mtKbt double the am ount o f his
I t W ill b e o
“ Yon tliii.i vmi onirt m ake a good
burg lar. do »on- uevei get caught aud
all th a t? I d .ike to .»ee you try it, A
■ilk stn k i n a like you won id soon be
io n wouldn t iiave the coolness
to save you rself '*
“ 1 w ouldn i un:id try in g it Just once.”
" I ’ll g iv e you an indiii euient. I'll bet
you n hundred you w o n t go into the
bouse of some em in en tly respectable
fa m ily - whom you rtou t know , m ind
y o u —and rob them or some a rtic le '
"T h a t's ju s t the kind ot a Job i d tike
The danger m it would m ake it
fe a rfu lly interestin g
" A m i it you got caught it would g ive
you an excellent o p p o rtu n ity to show
youi presence o f m ind
"So it would I m in k I'll go you
"H e re 's my check
W e ll put the
stakes I d H a w k in s h an d s'
T h is dialogue occurred between P ick
T h u rsto n and Ned C h am b e rlin at a
club, and the next night C h am b erlin tn
evening dress sallied fo rth to b u rg la r
Ire a gentlem an s d w e llin g
tie w alked
I'lie gentlem an stepped to
slow ly up au a risto cratic avenue, and. a telephone In the hull and called fo r
selecting a tiowse m id w a y betw een two a police station
street lum ps aud standing w e ll buck in i C h am b e rlin w as cornered, lip oh llod
shadow, he entered the yard and. tak
out th a t he would m ake his donatioo
lng the parts o f a b u rg la r’s Jim m y from S l . O O i )
hi3 side pocket, began lo s le w them
“ 1 have called the police. ’ said the
together in order to secure the length g en tlem an ; " it w ill now cost $2.000."
o f handle required for leverage. Then,
"D o n e !" cried C h am b erlin , tearin g
m ounting u side porch, he pried up a that before he could assent ttie price
w in d o w and entered u room.
of tus e xp erim e n t would go up another
H e stood listening tor a w h ile , but. thousand
hearing no sound, began to explore. A
“ A ll rig h t." rem arked the gentlem an.
fa in t light troin w ith o u t h a rd y e n “ N ev er mind the |>o||oe
H a v e you a
abled him to move w ith o u t stum bling blank check in your pocket, sir?
against a n y th in g , and he got his baud so please m ake the am ount payable to
on a large uncovered table
st. I.tike's hospital. "
ing ne was in a d ra w in g room, lie was
C b a m lie rlln . w ho carried a check
hunting for the sideboard, when there book a lw a y s with him. w ro te a check !
w as a sudden
b u r s t ,,f lig h t,
a young for $2.000 anil handed It to the gen
lady stood at the d«>oi of the room. | tlernan. who took it and said:
w ith her tingei on an electric button
“G w e tid o lln . this is M r C ham berlin.
astonished, uot ut find | met him once at his club, hut he has
lng some one
in the room, but some fo rg o tten me H e ear: afford
one in evening costum e
for any freak tn which he tra y choose
C h am b e rlin braced himself for the to indulge "
it was his rig h t, under the
"Goodness g racious’* from G w en .
provisions of the bet. to tell any story
he pleased, and tie decided to lell the
W h y Lincoln Holpod a Bug.
tru e one.
President Lincoln was w a lk in g w ith
" I beg pardon for Ih e trespass." be a frie n d about W ashington and turned
said, " b lit I am sure th a t is. if you are ; back for some distance to assist a
a w om an of the w orld I shall have beetle that had got ou Its back and lay
your sym p ath y a fte r you have heard on the w a lk . legs sp raw lin g in air.
the reason for my being here
Last v a in ly fry in g to tu rn itself over. Th«
night at the — club i bet a friend frie n d expressed surprise that the pres
a hundred dollars that 1 would hur id e m , burdened w ith the < ares o f a
glum e a dwelling, brtngiug him some w a rrin g nation, should rind tim e to
stolen article to prove the robbery spare in assisting a ling.
I f you will permit me to take away n
“ W e ll." said Lincoln, w ith that home
spoon 1 will be happy to donate my ly s in cerity th a t touched the hearts of
winnings to any charity you may m illlo u s o f Ids cou n trym en “do you
kn o w th a t I f I had le fl that hug s tru g
The girl by this time bad regained g ling th e re on his back I wouldn't
her composure, fo r Cbamlierlln spoke have fe lt Just rig h t. I w anted to put
softly and did not seem one to be him ou bis feet and give him uu equal
afraid of. Nevertheless at>e consider chance w ith all the o th er bugs o f his
ed him to be one of those villains who class.”—Kansas City Star,
d r e s s tti. uiselves like gentlemen for
the purpose o f aiding them to hood
For sale—Several thrifty four-
wink whoever they may meet. Site
D. T. W erschkul,
pretended lo tieheve hit» atory and. go moths old pigs.
ing to a sideboard. o|<ened a drawer and Cioverdale.
took out a sliver simoon,.?.:b the family
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