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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1917)
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ment later she added. “Forgive me for
my part in that matter, will you?"
I forgave her and felt very eomplft-
j cent at my magnanimity. 1 left her to
lie gone till the following spring, then
4> ourselves in this life by a restless *1*
i returned for our wedding.
(Continued from (¡rut page)
4» anxiety as to the future are not 4»
Nov. 15, 1855.—My wife's Aunt Ame-
j 4* crosses which come from God. »3*
er girls. I hail l>y this time made up iia died a week ago. This morning
4» We show want of faith in him by *3*
nay mind that she had given me a kiss ! Agnes came to me and told me that the
Your Work and Why It Is Done j 4> our false wisdom, wishing to fore- 4*
in the dark and that her innocence was
j 4* stall his arrangements and strug- 4*
assumed. Acting upon this theory, 1 i or apology for my transgression was
\ 4* gliug to supplement his provi- 4*
suddenly clasped her in ray arms anil lne to her aunt's having confessed to
There is a reason for everything, but ! 4* dence by our own providence.— 4*
rained kisses upon her cheeks and lips.
we don’t know the reason for every j 4= Fenelon.
A man may sometimes kiss a girl coach.
thing. There’s a reason why black is ; 4*
without having declared himself and
black and white is white, and there is <?* «§> <§> <§>
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not appear disrespectful. I, having as
a reason for knowing which is which.
W is e O b s e rv a tio n s
sumed that Agnes had overstepped the
So in your work find out the reasons
boundary of feminine modesty, gave
for doing things. You will work better.
When a man looks on only one side You will earn more, for this is what is
her too many kisses.
a question, and that his own side, meant by the big expression “standard- CLOUGH’S
L Y SE P T IC
As soon as she could release herself
she turned from me without a word,
izatiou of work” It is getting the best
The Best Antiseptic
went to the steps leading below and of selfishness in his makeup.
returns for the least expenditure of en
If you think the world is growing ergy.
disappeared. There was that In her
manner to tell me it would be useless worse just lie a bettor man yourself
The world Is strewn with lost energy.
to follow her; that she was Incensed ami thus prove to others that it is The bulk of the loss could be avoided if
beyond measure and if 1 obtained for really a pretty good place after all.
only workers found out the reason and j Lyseptic is completely soluable in
giveness I must wait and strive for it
remedied the leakage. Most women water. A teaspoon full to one quart of
Had I known her better I would not Father more, at the same time doing rush headlong to a task. Now, I advo | water is the average strength to be used
have feared that she would make it your best to overcome obstacles, and cate quick action and decisions. But i for antiseptic, germicide, deoderants,
unpleasant for me with the others of you'll surely come out victorious.
object to blind, headlong rushes.
wounds, cuts, nail punctures, mange,
Use the commentary of a severe
her party, but my limited knowledge of
When put to a task find out the enuse j hoof rot, mud fever, lice, fleas, dandruff.
friend rather than the gloss of a of its being done. Get a definite idea
her made me fear that she would.
| shampoo, being of a soapy nature preves
I confess I was very much disgrun sweet lipped flatterer. There is more of your work. Get a realization of
i very effective for washing the animals'
tled. To have made such a mistake
what it leads to. Find out why.
troubled me very much, for I was at
What would you think of an architect and stable utencils, and if used in gen
Whoever is a genuine follower of who built a house without working eral, improves stable conditions, infect-
an ago when a man is especially sensi-
live to the good opinion or condemna truth keeps his eye steady upon his drawings or an artist who painted a i 'on, among cattle, abortion, foul dis-
tion of women. 1 brooded over the j guide, indifferent whither he is led, picture without making a sketch of his | charge and externally to prevent the
matter during the day and lay awake provided that she is the leader.—Burke work? For the same reason make a J spread of diseases.
thinking of it at night.
picture of your work—figuratively.
1 di<l not sec* her again till the after * ------------------------------------------------- *
Every piece of work done in a fac
noon of the next day, when 1 ap
tory or in business iiouse lias an influ
proached her while she was with her
ence on something else. That is why ReliableBrnggist, Tillamook, Ore .
M others Doll Story
father and aunt. She received me nei
your work tells in the long run. From
ther kindly nor unkindly, there being
the office boy to the director the work
nothing in her manner to indicate to
of each member of a firm is necessary. PROFESSIONAL C A R D S
A M issing T o o th
the others that she was offended with
If the office boy forgets to mail an im
me. Rut when I again met her alone * ------------------------- -----------------------» portant letter it means a loss to his of
Once upon a time a beautiful china fice. Accuracy in all work helps to cre
she passed me without recognition.
Tillamook Abstract Company
1 was now badly cut up. I knew doll lived next door to a hoy rag doll ate a solid system and a smoothly cur
T hos . C oatbs . P bxsidbnt .
from her manner that she was not act I by the name of Charlie. Her ow n rent running of affairs. That is why
ing a part, and it was plain to me that j name was Alberta, and she had the your work, however unimportant It is,
r> US 1M M T ► S K I o r A B S T R A C T M O I I
the kiss given me in the coach had not blackest hair and blue eyes.
must be done with exquisite care. Nev
O r T IL I .A M O O K C O U N T Y , « ( S S O S
been Imparted by her. I was In a di
Outdoors it was snowing. So Char er say, “Oh, it doesn't matter." It n ay
lemma. 1 must either acknowledge lie thought It would lie great fun to go not matter to you, but it does matter TILLAMOOK CITY.
myself a culprit or excuse myself by snowballing.
for the welfare of the concern,—St.
telling her of the kiss in the coach, a
“Come on out In the yard and make Paul Pioneer Press.
T. H. COYNE,
story so improbable that it was not some snowballs!" Charlie called across
likely to be believed.
to his neighbor.
Not H e r Celebration.
“Walt till 1 get on my leggings!'
Yer.i soon a.ter my offense we ar
Old Zeb Jackson, the champion
rived at (lie landing at Cincinnati. Alberta called back.
That Mr. Shot well did not know of
So she put on her warm leggings whitewash«!*, walked down the main
anything amiss between his daughter and fur coat. She pulled it wool cap street of the village one morning dress
and me was made plain by his giving down over her china ears and got her ed in his best suit, with a large, bril Opp Court House,
me an invitat. n to tail at his house. red mittens. And out into a snowbank liant buttonhole bouquet and cotton
gloves on liis big hands.
I looked at At: es to note if she acqui- she jumped to play with Charlie
“Hello, Zeb!"’ said the postman. Tillamook Undertaking Co.
esced, but s a w n o
n that I would or
They would have had a lovely time
would not ho welcot o We parted on If a big boy doll from the next street "Are you taking a holiday?"
R. N. HENKEL, Proprietor.
leaving the boat, the Shot well party had not Jumped over the fence and
“Dish ycro." said the old man, with a
Night and Day calls
driving to their In me in the city, I invited Charlie to play with him. proud wave of his huge hand—“dish
to my hotel
“Let’s build a snow fort!" lie shouted rere mu mah guiding wedding univer
! Next Door to Jones-Knudson Furniture
After much brooding over the matter right In Alberta's ear.
sity. sail. Ah'm celebratin' hit."
I roneluded to make tin* call. I bad In
So she had to stand one side while 1 “But your wife." said the postman,
me the conseiousnoss of not being quite the boy doll * built a fort. When it “is working ns usual. I saw her at the TILLAMOOK, -
so bad as I ap| eared and I must bide was finished they began to see w ho | washtub ns I passed your house.”
my time for an opportunity to explain could hold the fort. The \ cry first | “Her?” said Zeb hotly. "She ain't
Upon entering the Shot w ell residence snow ball the big boy doll from the next got miffin' ter do wlf lilt. She's mail FRANK TAYLOR,
1 received the surprise of my life street threw struck Alberta right in fou’th.”—Country Gentleman.
Agnes cattle Into the drawing room the mouth and knocked out one of her '
alone and with a very different look china teeth. So instead of having fun !
on her face from any 1 had seen titer*' she had to go to the dentist.
Every night since he arrived at his
sitti o iii \ transgression it was very
summer boarding house the occupant
of the small but airy room on the rear
W in ter Bird Feed'ng In Ohio.
I was of course relieved, but puz
ground floor of
Many boy scouts will work iti co
zled. 1 did not believe for a moment operation with tie Ohio Fish and (lame
the fa rm h o u se
that Agnes imd protended to be offend Protective nssocirtion this whiter to
had been annoy
ed with me. and yet as a sensitive girl aid In keeping birds alive dur.ng the
ed by a large pig
how could site suddenly return to her cold months 11 rain is to be dt posited
trying to gain en
Write for Literature.
former treatment of me without even In fields where coveys of quail and
t r im c e to his
an apology"? I started to make one, but grouse are known to be. so that these
w hilom domicile. TILLAMOOK.
slio checked me and went on talking birds may not starve during the heavy
“Why is that i ____________________ _____________
alKiiit something else
pig always trying
lly this time I was madly in love,
to go into my A. C EVERSON
and love overcame curiosity |te she
Thoughtful Boy Scouts.
T I L L A M O O K . O R K.
good, bad or InditTervnt, Agnes | h * s -
t h e in m m e r
Boy scouts of Calumet, Mich., did
sessed me. Instead of staying a week tiieir good turn the other day by
boarder of the
in Cincinnati. I remained there a thoughtful!.* s:u ling the streets after
Money to Loan
hired man one
month. When I left I was engaged to an ice storm had rendered the side morning. "Do you think he lias taken
Agnes. After our engagement I asked walks almost Impassable for pedes- | a fancy to me?"
her why she had forgiven me without triads
"It's his room during the winter." Real
my having asked to bo forgiven. 5Jho
whispered the hired man cautiously.
See nie for realty deals.
CHAS. I. CLOUGH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
F. R. BEALS