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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1916)
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CLOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY. OREGON, OCTOBER 19, 1016
when finished? Would it be an old
woman living alone, with no one to
comfort tier: Would it be a middle
| aged couple with many small children?
Would there be an unmarried man in
the family, and would he be—nice?
That was the womanly way of ex
pressing it. It was not: Would he be
heroic? Would he be manly? Would
he be honorable? No: it was not any
of these alone, but all in one. and that
And What Resulted one
wa? expressed in the word nice.
She hoped there would be a single
man hr the new house, that he would
be nice, and on these hopes rested a
third. We shall see whether or not
this third hope was gratified.
By AGNES G. BROGAN
One morning large posters decorated
the town where Madge lived announc
When the house that had been build ing that an exhibition would be given
ing opposite where Madge Carlton by an aeronaut. Every member of
her family except Madge was on tiptoe
lived was finished, the refuse removed of
to see the performance.
and the grounds had been leveled and On excitement
of its occurrence she
sodded Madge looked upon the place was sitting on the
porch. She was
with envy. The house was as dainty looking at the new house opposite
as a Swiss cottage. On the /rounds which was uow occupied. From it she
here and there were little clumps of turned her gaze upon the throng who
evergreens, while the whole was sur passed continuously on their way to
rounded by a hedge.
the city pleasure grounds, where the
“I'll bet that house." said Madge to famous bird man was due to arrive in
herself, “was built by an artistic archi his wonderful jjeroplane, and to give
tect and the grounds were laid out by there his exhibition. Her own family
a landscape gardener.”
had gone long ago, and Madge had
Madge had a tifste for pretty places, shaken her head in decided refusal at
und the burden of her desires was to her brother's invitation to Join them.
be mistress of one. The house oppo “No, thank you." she answered. “I
site suited her exactly.
wouldn’t walk as far as the com er on
The next passion to covetousness a hot day like this to see all the aero
that took possession of Madge Canton planes in the world. This cool veranda
was curiosity. Who would occupy It suits me much better "
| The Chase of
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She rocked back and for til now, en
joying tbo light breeze which softly
flapped the awnings, her little bare
arms clasped high above her head. The
last footfall died away, and the shady
avenue was unusually silent, when
presently there enme from out the sk.v
n loud humming noise as of a giant
bee. Nearer It drew—still nearer,
echoing and resounding in the stillness,
uutil at length, pellmell from verandas
and doorways, people rnn flocking Into
"It is coming," they called to each
other; "It Is coming; It Is here."
Madge leaned forward excitedly.
High across the cloudless blue, with
great outstretched wings like some
monstrous bird, there rushed a dark
object Onward it went, straight as
an arrow, never swerving from its
course, never ceasing In Its mad flight
until screening trees hid It from view
of the watchers.
Wildly the crowd gave chase, hoping
to get another glimpse In the next
clearing of this wondrous, whirring
Without an instant's hesitation
Madge, who had scorned hci brother’s
(Concluded on last page.)
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