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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1914)
✓ loverdale Courier
Published Ever» totey by
flank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
‘ «Entered as second-class matter, Nov-
MUbac loth , 1005 at the post office at Clo-
efdivIeL Tillamook County, Oregon,un-
•?v Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
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J ob D epartment
Jy Job Department is complete tn every
respect and I am able to do all kinds
Commercial Job Printing on short
notice at rwasonable prices.
their efforts and the coming years must remain a mere spectator of
Short men like to stand on their
*dl domoastrate the purpose of the the crime across the sou, lust it dignity, iiut why not?
people of Tillamook County to
arouse a lasting hatred with any
Barring hand organs, some good
make the annually occuring county
country against which any partial comes from everything.
: r ,.
ity may be shown.
I Satan probably had a tine excuse
At the close of the war there will for not learning to skate.
have to be an accounting made of
The position taken by President
Many a girl catches a husband
all irregularities of the ethics of
W ilson regardidg the report sub
baiting her hook with indiffer
war and a balance will be stmek.
mitted by the Belgian commission
in relation to the atrocities which
When it comes to manual labor,
THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS
the Belgians claim was committed
the average man is a tramp at
by German troops, is undoubtedly
An old bachelor says that there heart.
correct. This country cannot with
justice toward all, and to maintain are na marriages in heaven because' Critics arc pessimistic persons
its strict neutrality, take sides with there must be some way to disting who have a penchant for throwing
uish it from the other place.
a n y of tlie warring nation s,
F R ID A Y , SEPTEM BER 25, 1914.
TILLAMOOK COUNTY FAIR
One of the tramp Editois of the
Courier visited the fair on Thurs
day and was impressed with many
things that ho saw, the manage
ment was w ell organized, every
¡nan was his post of duty the peo-
>le of the county had taken lively
interest in the fair, nnd when the
vriter was told this was only the
econd a n n u a l effort to have a
o u n ty fair it seemed all more
je u e ra l a rra n g m e n ts were good for
so yo u n g an organization.
air groun ds consist of five acres
d: irably located near the railroad
Inpot and is well fenced.
m ain e x h ib it building 50 x 100
' ts well filled with exhibits that
ihe couuty may well be proud of.
The band stand substancially cov
ered was occupied by the county
booster band comprising 60 peicee
m d directed by C. W. Trombley.
T h e buildings for the cattle were
not what future years will provide
but for tbe first year of the present
ocupation was very good as was tbe
cattle exhibited. We are not tak
ing the time to go into detail rela
tive to the cattle exhibit, suffice to
say that Tillamoook countv need
not be ashamed of the class of
cattle that was exhibited at the
fair this year, the poultry house
was well tilled with variors f;:ncv
breeds af poultryof all kind-- which
did credit to the exhibitors. Tbe
exhibit of baked goods gave e v i
dence that the wives of the county
the mother and daughters of our
homes are responsible for the broad
smiles of the men, in that tie y are
good cooks. The weather was on
favorable, but everybody was happy
a perculiar^faculty of Tillamookere
tnis could net be foretold by the
management— the fair board have
done their best to make the second
annual Tillamook County fair a
succt. - and i ; -pite of weather con
ditions have succeeded and the
people of the county appreciate
1 will oiler at public auction at the old Murphy farm, one mi. east of the Estella
Fall en the Little Nesutucca River, three mi, east of Meda, five mi. west of Dolph,
die following properly to-wit. Saturday Sept. 26,
10 A.M. SHARP.
S span <<f horses 9 and 10 yrs. old, weight about 400 ibs each,
micli cow a poled aligns fresh i si of March, set of new double harness
heavy, 3 in. Bain wiitron. 9 earv calves, (> heifer, and 3 bull«, ■_>
T wild 5 T. oat hny,3 0 bu. gray wintcT oats, f> bu. potatoes, And
the following useful articles are all new. Tent 12x14, 1O0 fool
l in. rope, single and doulbe steel blocks with beckets size I in,
mattock, extension bit combination anvil, vise and press drill,
set of assorted drills, col l cYivjl, liin. steel swamp book, 14ft. og
chain, spading fork, garden hoe, shovel, manure fork, grass »cythe
brush scythe and brush book, carborundum scythe stone, l ox
assorted bolts,leather punch, clothesline, I doz.clothespins, lantern
2 bracket lumps, heavy tub and wash board, ideal clothes cleaner,
star barrel churn, 8 gal. milk can and strainer, 4 steel wedg
UNDERW OOD T Y P E W R IT E R No. 5 New.
Complete set of kitchen utensils, copper bottom boiler, Steel air
tight heating stove, leather upholstered rocker, oak rocker, 3 dining
chairs, oak extention table, 1 do¿. economy fruit jars, 15 pts. of fruit,
Winchester rifle cal. 25-35 and ohells, 12 ga. Winchester shot gun not
ne.vbut in excellent condition, ffishing rod and tackle, hatepet, cross
cut saw, hack saw ,monkey wrench, leather riveter, level square, set
Mrs. Potts sad irons, 8 joints stove pipe 2-6in. elbows, green window
shades, blodkplane, 2 chisels, files, brace and bits, shoe repair outeit
and sole leather, cow halter, horse hobbles, hammer, ax, iron bed, steel
coil bed springs,mattress, steel range, heating stove and other artioles
too numerous to mention.
NEW LADIES BICYCLE with coaster brakes.
All sums up to S 10 cash, a credit oi six months r.'.y be had on all sums over
! e r m b 510 creditor giving a note with approved secaritj firing interest at 8 per
cent from date.
Dr. J. A. SP E C K
I,. M. KRAINEP, Auctioneer