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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1917)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS Tillamook Undertaking Co.
A Steeplejack and
A n Aeronautess
By WILLIAM CHANDLER
the m aneuver wa» Teal lug bla seat OiLec Ground 1 loor
E« 11 Elione Ó3-J
■ w ithout the rope being w renched from
N ational Eld.
P. O. Box 147 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
; his hold. He m anaged this dextrously
I and us soon as free from the spire low
W ith ftollie W atson
! ered him self to the noose and, getting
T h o s . C o a t e s . P r e s id e n t ,
. bis legs into It, sa t on it.
Tho guard below, seeing th e ir pris
co m plete set o f abstract books
oner sail aw ay suspended from an aero
F TILLAM OOK COC.VTT. O R ItllO N .
plane, gave up Hie w atch and departed
Tom and Emily descended a t a vil
luge miles d istan t from th eir home and
j decided to he m arried. A fter lielng
! united by a country parson they went
L. V. E B E R H A R D , M anager.
: hack to the bride's fa th e r and w ere
forgiven. But Toni left the profession
j of steeple cfJmhir •; and w ent into bus! ! Com plete Set of A bstracts of the Records
uess with bis fa th e r in law.
of Tillam ook C ountv, Oregon.
C onveyancing, Etc.
Opp. C ourt House,
Tillam ook, Ore
I T he reform atory school system orlgi- i
Bated in France and w as adopted in 1
England in lSiiO.
Tillamook Abstracting Co.
Abstracts on Short Notice
PACIFIC ABSTRACT CO.
We a re likely to adopt for mi oecu-
paflon w h at we have u passion for.
Tom G urley as soon us lie could walk
begun to cllinb over the furniture, and
his m other w as In d read lest he get up
on to a w indow sill and tum ble o u t
A few y ears la te r his pluce of blissful
re st w as a treetop. T hen he got to
clim bing w a te r spouts and trtdllses on
to roofs, and by th is time, being old
enough to go to work, lie becam e a
Em ily KadcIIITe was built upon sim i
la r lines io Tom G urley.
W hile Eben KadcllBc did not try to
p revent his d au g h te r from risking her
neck In an aeroplane, he was very
m uch averse to her m arrying Tom G ur
ley, to whom sh e had become attached.
"W h a t do you w ant to m arry a stee
plejack fo r-/ " lie asked. “ He'll break
his neck and leave you u widow.”
"No more thun I'll come down w ith a
thum p in an aeroplane und leave him a
w idow er,” w as th e reply.
Torn had one u n fo rtu n ate trait. He
w as a sp en d th rift. Mr. Itadcllffe In
order to get th e w hip hand of him em
ployed nu agent to lend the young man
all th e money he w anted and d raw the
pupers in such a w ay th a t If the .funds
w ere not paid a t m atu rity he could a r
re st Tom and Juil him. Of course the
fuuds w ere uot paid, and a constable
w as se n t for Tom.
Em ily got w ind of the move and
w arned her lover. Torn kept an eye
o u t for suspicions looking persons, and
when he suw a m an m aking a bee line
for him he ran for his n atu ral defense,
a church spire. A tall eliu stood be
side th e building, and Toni, catching a
low er limb, pulled him self up and was
soon In th e topm ost branches. The
constable followed him. und Tom.
clim bing out on n branch overhanging
th e church, dropped to th e roof.
T h e constable followed, and Tom,
who had clim bed tlie steeple before and
knew every projection, climbed up to
w here th e cone began. T here was a
lightning rod ru n n in g to a isiiut above
th e u [ n ? x , and Tom w ent up by it and
s a t ou the bull, holding to the w eather
T h is w as m ore than the constable
d ared do. H e descended by the way
he had come and, once on the ground,
settled him self to sta rv e out th e cul
p r i t lie had a good view of Torn, who
m u st com e dow n sootier or later aud
give him self up.
Now It happened th a t Emily needed
to do som e shopping th a t m orning und
passing th e church saw her lover cor-
raled on th e apex of the church spire
an d th e constable below w atching him
like n dog eying n coon. She took in
th e situ atio n n t once. She m ust help
h er lover out of his em barrassm ent,
but how? V arious plans suggested
them selves. T h ere seemed no way to
help him unless she could feed him.
and to convey food to the top of a
steeple w as uot an easy thing to do.
“ I have It!" she said piesontly, and
s w s y she w ent to put In practice u
plan sh e had thought of. Going homo,
she m ade up a luncheon mid put It Hi a
p ast ebon rd box, to which sho attached
a ball o f tw ine. T hen she got out her
aeroplaue and, rising In the a ir made
for a point above the steeple where
Tom w h s it prisoner. Tom suw her and
took heart. C ircling above tin* spire,
she gradually drew n earer to h point
w here she could low er the box to Toni.
H e m ade several a tte m p ts to cub h It
and Ht last succeeded. Then In* broke
th e tw ine, opened th e box aud proceed
ed to refresh h im s e lf.,
T h e constable eyed th e proceeding
w ith ctiHgrln. He reported It to bis
principal, w ho sent word to trim th at
th e p risoner could not stay where be
was forever, even w ith food, and to
keep on th e Job. So th e constable had
bis food supplied from a restau ran t.
Tom lookinl dow n on his enem y eating
com fortably from a tab le brought him
for th e purpose and w ondered which
of th e tw o could hold out th e longer.
W hen night caiue several a ssista n ts
w ere th ro w n around the church to
p revent th e prisoner escaping under
cover o f th e darkness. Tom winced.
T h e w eath er Was chilly and lowering,
and he did not relish th e kind of a bed
he was subjected to for even a single
ulght. Em ily lay aw a k e th a t night,
th in k in g o f her lover on his perch und
w orth'd lest he fall asleep, tum ble olT
and In» dashed to death.
If sh e could low er a box to Tom why
could she not low er a rope to w hich he 1
m ight cling and thus l*e carried aw ay
to sa fe ty ? As soon ns day cam e she
arose, got out her aeroplane and. ln«h
lug a sto u t rope to It. knotted nt Inter
vals and a noose at th e end, sailed for
the steeple W hen Tom saw her corn
tug he supiH*setl she w as bringing him
his b re a k fa st; but, seeing the dangling
rope, he aaw a t onoe w hat It m eant !
and felt every COUfldenee pro» Ided
Euilly could place It w ithin Ids reach
As guod luck would have It. she sue- !
oecded th e first tim e she tried in sail-
tug right over him. and th e rope grazed
UlA abuU.dw. TUa <iait£.KJ'uUa U irt of
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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Forty-one women out of every hun- ■
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H ostler—I guess not. T his here hotel's j
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One of the chief cold storage prod
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Dining Room run on
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