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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1912)
th e h ealth fu l sign .
The IrQn Trade Review says that
Published Every Friday by
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
there is a pronounced scarcity in
“ Entered aesecond-class matter, Nov (he steel mills of the ConneUsvilla
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at Clo
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon, un coke region. There is also a short
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
age iu railroad construction work.
CLO VER D A LE, ORE.
D. N. REGER, Proprietor.
Handling the subject of increased
One Year, in advance.................... $1.0C output as compared with the pres
Six Months............................................. 50
A Home for Travelers and Visitors
Threw Months..........................................25 ent scarcity of city help, the Re
Single C opy.............................................05 view editorially says: “ Particu
larly impractical at this time is the
INI (‘aIs 35c and 50e
A d vertising K ates
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per
inch per month, single column. All three-shift day replace a two-shift
Local Reading Notices. 5 cents per
day. Such a change, to me made
line for each insertion.
Timber land notices
$10.00 at once, is not simply impossible
Political Announcement Cards
$10.00 from a business standpoint, it is a
Everything First -class
physical impossibility unless pro
J ob D epartm ent
duction be correspondingly cur
Your Patronage Solicited
My Job Department is complete in every
respect and I am able to do all kinds tailed.”
Commercial Job Printing on short
The steel industry is by no
notice at reasonable prices.
means the one offering the most
to the ordinary la- help and the city man, discouraged
FRIDAY. JUNE 28. 1912.
. _ borer. The Pittsburg Survey, the at his apparent failure to “ get
A woman aviator has been records of the Stanley investigate along,” is coming to look on the
| ing committee, the testimony of* country life as being not so bad
killed. Woman’s rights.
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! fared at steel trust suits and the after all.
Shoe prices are to be boosted an-I complains of the men themselves
other 20 per cent. The manufac all show that the steel and iron Hotel and Livery Barn for Sale
Good Hotel and Livery Barn
turers are as soul-less as their trade workingman has a hard lot
shoes are sole-less.
The indications are that the poorly located at Cloverdale for sale. An
paid city laborer is steadily being excellent opportunity for the right \ I W V W W W W W W W W W ^ * W W W W W W W W W W W
Milwaukee laments the impos
attracted to the country.
The party. Enquire at this office.
sibility of the German squadron
Kansas City Journal recently told
For sale— 160 acres of land in
coming to test the beer that made
how, a number of years ago, a Tillamook county, Oregon, town 5
the town famous.
If the fleet
party of Germans employed as S. R. 10 W., sections 11 and 12,
reached the Pacific coast Tillamook
“ hands” in Cincinnati, located on county road three miles
Accuracy in compounding pre-
county would bombard it with the
quit their jobs and took up farm east of Meda. Plank house— 4 * scriptiona anil pure drugs is
stuff that made Milwaukee jealous.
ing in western Kansas.
They rooms, barn 14x24, noshed. About | what gets ua the business.
The American people have no knew little about the soil and it 10 or 12 acres cleared and in culti
| Wants to see von, at his store
desire to destroy incentives to the proved a difficult undertaking. vation, balance brush and timber.
, you will not he urged to buy.
i and you are sure to be interested
creation of wealth or to deprive Rut they made a living— and that Price $1600. Terms. Enquire W,
even if you do not see anything
the family of a rich man of t was all they made in Cincinnati.
generous share of his fortune, hut So they stuck it out and today
CLOUGH, Reliable Druggist
Plasker Bros., Tillamook, are
something should be done to pre- those Germans are among the
leaders in the plumbing line.
vent the establishment of an en- wealthiest farmers in Kansas. The
i farm is demanding more and more
dowed class of idlers.
S ubscription K ates
HEAD OF THE
: DRUG SUNDRIES
r N0W FOR THE SEASHORE P
VI/\ T M fc
No. 3 7 1 9
The Percheron Stallion
TILLAMOOK AND NEWPORT BEACHES
Season fares from the principal stations to New port or Tillamook Beaches
are as follows:
FA K E
$4 0 0
4 .7 0
6 .0 0
7 .3 0
7 .1 0
3 .7 5
1 2 .0 0
Tickets to a I k » ve points on sa l e daily gond all season , witli corrosjmnd-
ing low fares from other |s»ints. Week end tickets are also on sale from
17 hands, sire Normand
Saturday and Sun
Sale June 1st.
5Ü97, dam j
N <‘¿» to 0090
This horse is a successful one and among bis offspring are the l*wt
colts iu the county. Improved stock is the most profitable and before
breeding it will pay you to look into the merits of this wonderful horse.
H l ' N D A Y b X G l J U h l O n TWAI N ON T U G G. & G. «• « .
Leaves Albany at 7 ;30 a. m., Corvallis 8:00 a. in. and connects with
S. P. trains, 16, 14 and 2X from point* south.
Call on our nearest agent for “ Vacation Days in Oregon,” a beauti
fully illustratad booklet describing various outing resorts, or write to
J O H N M. tiG O T T , G e n e r a l Puwwonftor Aftent
TE R M S $20.
Pasture can be Secured here for Mares.
P o r t l a n d , O rofton.
A t t e n d th o IJ. P. O. f>. t i k e C o n v e n t i o n a t P o r t l a n d J u ly
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