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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1916)
"Yes, I'm going, l have come to
th at decision a fte r long and careful
“And consultation with your m other.”
This was a home thrust.
! " If there is any one who knows
. what is best for the child she has
! .'ared for and loved from babyhood it
!s surely her m other."
“I agree w ith you. Therefore the
lau g h te r should never leave her motli-
“The daughter is not expected to
marry a —a " —
“Brute! B ut we are w asting time.
When do you go?”
“Are you in h aste to be rid of me?"
“Not a t all. I m erely wish to m ake
»rrangem ents for your departure.
Will you |>ermit me to see you to yfmr
m other’s house?"
“ Who said I w as going to m am m a?”
“Very well. I will tak e you wher-
?ver you wish to go.”
“You'll have to dine elsew here to-
Jay. I have m ade no preparations for
lin n er hero.”
“Suppose we have a last dinner at
Skinners, w ith a bottle of th at wine
you like so well?"
She hesitated, and he suggested th a t
she telephone her m other th at she
would not arrive till a fte r dinner. This
last reference to her m other, though
highly respectful, called a frow n to
the w ife's brow. Nevertheless she
went to the phone and sent the m es
sage. Then she dressed for the dinner
and cam e dow nstairs looking very
“IIave you sent your baggage?" he
“No!” she snapped.
They dined w ith handsom ely dressed
ladies and gentlem en to detrnct their
attention from their troubles, and m u
sic soothed them, and the wine w arm
ed them. The dinner was excellent,
and they spent an enjoyable evening
together. W hen they drove aw ay he
made no m ention of the fact th a t she
had expected to go to her m other, but
Jirected the driver to take them to
their own home.
And th a t was the end of the fracas.
THE "GREATER OREGON'
W it h n ew b u ild in g «, b e tte r e q u i p m e n t , and
m an y a d d itio n s to its facu lty, th e U n iv e rs ity
o f O rego n w ill begin it* fo r ty - fir s t y e a r , T u e s
d ay, S ep tem b er IS , 1916.
S p ecial tr a in in g in C o m m e r c e , J o u rn a lis m ,
A rc h ite c tu r e , L ew . I I edlc I tie. T e a c h in g , L ib r a
ry W o r k , M u sic, P h y s lo il T r a in in g en d Tine
A rts . L a r g e and stgorig d ep a rtm en ts o f L ib e r
a l K d u catlon .
L ib r a r y o f m ore than 69,006 volu m es, f i f
teen b u ild in g s fu lly eq u ip p ed , tw o splendid
gym n asiu m s.
T u itio n F ree. D o rm ito rie s fo r m en and for
w o m e n . E xpen ses Low est.
W rite fo r free catalogs, addressing R e g istra r
“O ur m arriage,” said the wife, “ has
been u m istake. The sooner a m istake
Is rectified the better. I am going to
“T h at's not a bad Idea," said the
husband. “A bit of freedom from this
new life th a t neither of us has yet
become used to will give us a b reath
ing spell, and If we come together
again we will appreciate each other
all the more for it.”
“T h at ‘i f Is well put In.”
“And if we don’t come together
again ju s t think of the fun we'll
“ F un?”
“Yes. I can rem ain out a t a poker
party till 3 o’clock In the m orning if
I like, smoke and drink to my heart’s
content, spend no end of tim e sitting
on u stool before a glove counter with
a p retty fcirl on the other Bide sm ooth
ing down my fingers w ith her soft
“If these things a re so delightful to
you why did you m arry?”
“ I h aven't come to your own enjoy
m ents consequent on the break y e t
You can sit all day beside your m oth
er, holding her hand and listening to
her advice to you how to m anage u
husband. W on't th a t be Just too nice
“If you loved me one-tenth as well
as m am m a does there would be no
need of a separation."
“Oh, I could never com pete w ith a
m other's love! T h a t is not to be ex
pected. I suppose th a t's w hat gives
her a rig h t to tell you Just w hat course
to tak e respecting your husband. Now
th a t you're going to leave me, her ad
vice w ith respect to me will be no
longer necessary, and I wonder w hat
you and she will talk about when you
nestle dow n for a m orning chin-chin."
She w as inclined to think th at, the
one interesting topic being removed,
the chin-chin would be ra th e r dull, but
she did not say so.
"T here’s one thing I propose to do,"
continued th e provoking husband. “As
soon as yon are gone I'm going to
tak e dow n these curtains. 1 have en
dured them simply for your sake.
They sh u t out the light.”
“Indeed, you will do no such thing!"
“W hy so? It will not m atter to you
w hether there are curtains here or
not. I shall m ake a smoking room of
this, an d you have alw ays declared
th a t when smoke gets Into curtains
it’s hard to get it out.”
“A sm oking room of this cozy a p a rt
m ent! W hy, I arranged everything
here m yself!”
“So you did, and a delightful room
you m ade of i t I rem em ber *when 1
first saw it I thought how m any de
lightful seances we would have here.
I little thought th a t a few short
m onths w ould end it all."
“ W hose fau lt is it?"
“W hy d o n 't you do better?”
“I c a n 't I’m natu rally wicked. If
I w ere not you w ouldn't need to
“Of course I d on't w ant to. leave
yon, but you c a n 't expect me to endure
such tre a tm e n t forever.”
“C ertainly n o t I deserve it alL But
It's sad to think of my having to dis
m antle this pretty room for a lot of
fellows who will throw cigar and pipe
ashes all over the carpet a n d ”—
“They will do no such thing! If
you're going to have those horrid men
here I —I—w on't”—
“W on't go?”
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Som e B ib le L ang u ag es.
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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
T h o s . C o d '» . P m d h i .
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M an ag em en t
The Todd Hotel
Some of tlio languages the Bible has
coNPLtrt an* o r « « s m o r i
been tran slated into are Accra. Anelt-
o r TfLUAM OOH COTJWTT,
yum, A rraw ack. Azerbljan, Bulu, Cal- TILLAMOOK CITY.
muc, Chippew ayan. Coptic, Dnjak,
Dikele. Eronm nga. Gitnno. Gujerntl,
Dining Room run <vn Family Style
H aussa, Iaian, Uocano, K hassl. Kini-
ka. Koordlsh. K usaien, Lepeha, Lifu,
.Malagasy, M aliseet, Mundlngo, Mic
mac, Mpongwe. Mnskokee. Namacqua.
N arrlnyeri. OJibwa, Otlyeherero, Pam-
panga, Pangassinan. Pushtoo, Itaro- Opp. Coart Boaae.
tengan, link, Scheetsw a. Tcherem is
sian. Tchuw ash. Tschi, WoguL
Rooms 50 sod 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the Week.
Tillamook U ndertaking Co.
R em ained
H om e.
Model H usband (boastfully) — Yes.
gentlem en. I've been m arried ten years
and never spent a night aw ay from
home y e t
D oubting Thom as—L arge and inter
esting fam ily, eh?
“Only three of us.”
“H ave one child, eh?"
“No; the other is my w ife’s m other.”
D ainty S nails.
K. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
Night and Day calla
Next Door to Jones-Kbudson Furniture
Pacific Meat & Produce
Rnalls are most dainty feeders and
I strict vegetarians, as m any gardeners
(R. D. W erschkul, Prop.)
j know to their c o st A pparently three
centuries ago snails were more popular
I in E ngland th an they a re now. The Phone orders filled.
fastidious au th o r of “The Faerie
mad« North and South.
Queene” gives a recipe for th eir prep
our sharp weapons w e sh&l thee
fr a y
A n d ta k e th e castill th at thou lyest In;
W e shal thee fla y out o f th y fo u le skin.
A n d in a dish, w ith onyons and peper.
W e shal th ee dreeae w ith s tro n g v y n e g a ra
Cash Paid for Hides
¿ U Q those who wish to
get a be tter K 0 -
DAK this season,
we have ma de a r r a n g e
ments whereby we can
take in a fe y good old
style mach in es in trade
on new ones,
Hohaß CCeamng anb
C. I. C L O U G H ,
Phone, Shop, 13-S-tJ.