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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1914)
A Story Aboiu Rodin.
The Crl (i.- Paris tells a most arnus-
fns story, it tine about Kmlin tititl
Rome unnamed rich American woman
who him snei ted ti i iii u mil lie a statue
o f lierselt. tuu length ami >o far a • pos
sible a portrait. She Itatl posed ten
times In iinihiiie costume when Itodin
told her that tie did not need tier any
tfiore and that lie would finish the work
ut his leisure. When tlit? American
came Hindu she found to her amaze-,
tuenl Unit the head of the statue hore
no resemblance whatever to her She
complained bitterly that no one would
even recognize her. "It Is true.” said
the groat sculptor dreamily "Your
head ditl not inspire me at all. At first
I thought I would not put any head on
tlie statue, hut after I bad thought It
over carefully, in order not to offend
you I put in place of your face that o f
Mine, do It She had ordered hers of
uie, but never paid for it. At any rate,
you will gain much Ln tills change!"
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IPS P R O F I T S .
T o u r i n g G a r , d o l i v e r e d at T i i l u m o o k ,
the man whom he will work hardest
aud value most, is the man who ac
cepts responsibility Willingly." — En
A B ir o In the Hand. Etc.
The minister had just pronounced
the words which made them one. Of
course the next thing of importance
was the tee.
Pile bridegroom looked at his bride,
then at the minister
his poeket. he produced a two dollar
"H ere is a two dollar bill l will give
you now." he said, “ or I will wait un
til the end of six months and pay you
whnt I think it is worth, even if it is
a hundred dollars. You can take your
The minister studied a moment,
glanced ill the bride and hastily re
“ I’ll take the
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T u r
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was stretched across the path, and
when the natives saw him they pounc
ed upon him with yells o f delight. On
the other hand, lie seemed dazed.
“ With a native for every yard of
him holding him firmly he journeyed
on legs through the jungle and down
to the beach. lie wriggled feebly and
hissed in a hopeless manner
they cut his head off with no more
ceremony than they would have used
if he had been a chicken, folded as
much as they could get o f him into a
kind o f clam shell about three feet in
diameter and built n fire. In an hour
he was cooked, aud in another hour
this great snake which had been pain-
i fully accumulating feet and inches for
years had disappeared.
1 must say
that 1 felt a little indignant” —Youth’s
is the onlv
A SSET YOU MAY HAVE Iii
CASE OF DISASTER.
WE WRITS THE KIND THAT
Ended the Boa C onstrictor.
"A ll my reading life." says Dr.
Frank Baldwin, the Philippines explor
er. " I have regarded the boa constric
tor wlih horror and aversion. When
I got Into the jungle my great desire
was to meet a large l»oa in order that
I might do him some very real harm.
When I did find one my sentiments
were those o f pity for the snake, lie
itatis made known and
infi rmation gladly given.
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