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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1914)
Published Every Friday by
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
the m ost la m e n ta b le a fte rm a th s of
warfare. Even to this day there
are some Americans who bear ill-
*• Entered as second-class matter. Nov-i will a gain st the E n g lis h as a result
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at C lo -s . . .
vjidale, Tillamook County, Oregon,un-
the re v o lu tio n .
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
has taken the north and south a
S ubscription K a t k s
h a lf cen tury to
FREE! FREE! FREE!!!
SILVERWARE AND CUT GLASS
hatch et '
McLean, Black & Co. Inc.,
.50 j over the war of the re b e llio n , vet
Three M o n t h s ............................................. 25 the h a n d le stick s out in som e
qu arters to this d a y .
1 he F r a n c o -'
Will have a representative at the Tillamook County
Fair demonstrating pure Aluminum Ware. With
every purchase a piece of siverware or cut glass will
be given absolutely free. Do not be deceived in any
other brand. Ours is the genuine.
McLean, Black & Co., Inc.
F. W. B.
A d ver tis in g R atks
P russian war of tw o score y ea rs ago |
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per gave hate and susp icion between
men per month, single column. All
local Reading Notices, 5 cents per j tjc rn ia n v and r ranee w hich has
line for each insertion.
kept the flam e of war afire to this
Fimber land notiees
$ 10.00 !
5.00 d a y .
i he sons of m en w ho fought
Political Announcement Cards
* 10.00 i u that war are today fig h tin g in a
J ob D epartment
j vvar of their own as b iU e r lV » »
My Job Department is complete in every j fathers did .
T h e y im a g in e they
respect and I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short
notice at reasonable prices.
The only silver-lining seen in
lie can put in the most time on a
W b ' t n jolly world this would be
short job that plays havoc with if everybody practiced what he
the cloud hovering over the vvar his vitality.
F R ID A Y , AU G U ST 28, 1914.
zone of Europe is the probability
A fussy person quickly sours the
The millennium, like most good
that the nations will become so
The Mexican affair looks like a badly crippled that they will be milk of human kindness.
tilings, is in no great hurry about
sideshow in comparison, as all the
brought to see the uselessness and
Judge a mans success by the
people seem bent on admission to
exhaustiveness of war, and this methods lie used in succeeding.
the main tent.
may lead to disarmament. It may
All woman are born reformers
Whether the artificial prices mean an era of world peace. The
and they want to begin on some
which now rule can be maintained | fatalists are now arguing that the |
ia the only
is another question. The old law war had tocome and springing from
ASSET YOU MAY HAVE IN
Lots of men follow the races be
of supply and demand is bound to it wiil be a world without armed
CASE OF DISASTER.
cause they are unable to get ahead
work. It’s the best weapon we hostilities.
WE WRITE THE KIND THAT
have and the man who fools with
it too long is going to get hurt THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS
When it comes to keeping in the
sooner or later.
straight and narrow way, the tight
Rates made known and
information gladly given.
Except for their mistakes, a rope walker is all there.
NO USE TO TALK PEACE NOW .»reat many men would never even
People who praise themselves
When two men engage in a fist be heard of.
always blame others.
fight, neither is in a mood to talk
Real Estate and Fire Innurnnot
It isn’ t hard work that kills a
Women flatter with their eyes;
peace at the beginning of the fiav.
There may be a dozen of the inter man. It’s usually scheming how men with their tongues.
mediaries standing about ready to
offer their good offices but they are
shunned and the fight keeps on
until the combatants are exhausted.
That is the situation in which
we find the warring countries <>f
Europe. They haye just star ed
lambasting each other, and there
E WANT every man, woman and child in this county to make an exhibit and help make this
is no use trying to talk peace to
Fair a grand success. Good grounds and buildings have been prepared. THIS IS YOUK
them now. They would not listen
They mutually lute each other so
FAIR and we want to PROVE TO THE WORLD THAT TILLAMOOK COUNTY HAS PRO
deeply that they will not be satis
DUCTS OF THE FARM, THE SEA AND THE FOREST THAT CANNOT BE EXCELLED.
fied until the full gamut of a Moody
Call or write the following Superintendents of Departments AND LET THEM KNOW WHAT
war has been run. After the na
tions become exhausted materially,
YOU HAVE TO EXHIBIT:
mentally and morally, they may
Dr. J. E. Reedy— Superintendent of Livestock
be eager to listen to the call of the
F. W. Christensen—Superinoendent of Milk and Cheese
celebrated dove. It will not be
H. Booth—Superintendent of Poultry
Austria is the only one of the
R. Y. Blalock—Superintendent of Vegetables and Fruit
nations which does not trvr to
W. C. King— Superintendent of Flowers
throw the blame upon the other fi r
starting the war. They are heartily
Mrs. Crenshaw— Superintendent of Needlework, Crocheting, Etc
ashamed of it, or at least should
Mrs. Anna Billings—Superintendent of Domestic Baking
Mrs. Lola M Shrode—Superintendent of Painting and Photography
A century of hate will follow tl e
Rollie VV. Watson
TILLAMOOK COUNTY FAIR
Tillamook, Ore., September 15, 16, 17 and 18
close of the war. Every nationality
now concerned will carry hatred
along for yeais. The children of
an unborn generation will be taught
thoughts of iliwill and prejudice
and animO'itv toward the children
of ti e men w ho fought against
Hat* is one of
Mrs. Mary F. Dunstan— Superintendent Better Babies Contest
The above, together with the members of the Fair Board and County Expert Jones are at your
The Secretary will give your inquiries prompt attention.
YOURS FOR A GREAT. BIG GET TOGETHER FAIR
TILLAMOOK COUNTY FAIR BOARD
J. H. DUNSTAN, President.
WM. O. TAIT, Secretary.
L. M. KRANER