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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1915)
P r e c a u t io n s T a k e n to G u a r d T h e m
the E n g lis h Officials.
T w o V i e w s of the S e lf M a d e M an.
A pathologist of standing inveighs
against tlie "self made man in terms
that will lie surprising to many. "Th e
self made loan.' Ue says, "is often in
the process ot degeneration, aud the
Urst evidence ui deg in i acy in a fa ful
ly is the selfishness and meanness or
the cunning, avarice aud moral guile
by which the self made man succeeds
in amassing u fortune for his still more
degenerate children to spend in gra tify
ing their selfish desires.”
There is another side to the matter,
ami Thoreau saw it when he said that
the man who had acquired wealth
would insist on having his sons edu
cated, and thus he would become the
real founder o f a fam ily.—Springfield
“It Don’t Hurt a Fact to
Every British shipyard that builds
for the navy must take great precau
tions that none of the secrets intrust
ed to its care shall leak out. Detec
tives watch all visitors and keep the
workmen under observation also. Plain
The fact we wish to hammer is that Alex McNair «fc Co.’s
clothes officers guard every entrance,
store gives more quality, service and satisfaction than any other
and nobody is allowed to bring in
even a small parcel unless it is first
store in Tillamook county.
examined, for fear that it may conceal
a camera. At one o f the big construc
tion yards one man in every t\v;o dozen
Remember Alex McNair & Co. for Builders' Hardware,
is thoroughly searched from head to
foot each night on leaving. All the
Eave Troughing, Farm Tools, Shelf Goods, Cutlery, and every
draftsmen engaged on the drawings
thing kept in a fully stocked hardware store.
o f a new wursidp are sworn to secrecy,
and the plans are invariably kept un
W i n d s o r C a stle K itc h e n s .
der lock and key when not in use.
T lie kitchens at Windsor castle are
These precautions have brought
many suspicious circumstances to perfect lu all their arrangements. The
light. One night when a new cruiser chief kitchen is a fine lofty room lined u a t f l w s w e s f o
was nixmt to undergo her trials two with white tiles, it contains a mar
men crept aboard as she Iny at an velous collection o f copper saucepans
chor They were captured and handed that vary in size from tlie dimensions
over to tlie police. Shortly afterward, of a tub down to that o f a tiny break
on the day o f her trial, the chief en fast cup. Another feature is the huge
gineer thought it would he advisable steel table used for serving, it is bril
liantly polished and has hollow legs î
to have another look at the interior of
tlie turbines before steaming to make through which steam passes upward,
certain that no rubbish had got inside heating tlie whole table. Another
to injure the delicate turbine blades. apartment Is called tlie "green room."
But worse than rubbish was found
and Is set apart for fruit used at des
When the turbines were opened two sert, and there is also a room assigned
heavy steel chisels were discovered in to tlie “ table deckers." whose sole duty
side. I f the machinery had been start• it is to attend to the floral decorations
ed tlie damage would have taken o f the royal dinner table.—Loudon E x
months to repair.—Pearson’s Weekly.
Our Plienominal Success Demonstates that Fact.
0 r C Tillamook, Ore.
CLOVERDALE HOTEL f
Travelers and Visitors
Men is 35c and 50c
Tillamook County Dairy Lands j
Dairying, the Only Absolutely “Sure
Crop” and a Monthly Pay Check.
Beds 50c and up,
« ♦ Everything First-class
Your Patronage Solicited
Why not get into the dairy business? Why not let the cow earn
you a good living, and something besides? Why not dairy in the
co u n ty w h ere the meadows are green the year around? Tillamook
county is famous for its cheese and dairy lands.
We are in the business of selling Tillamook County Lands and we
have some real snap bargains— bargains that won’t last long. If you
are interested let us hear from you.
“S tar BrandShoes
Fbr the Famous
Hen* is one of our good bargains— Seventy-three acres bottom
land, cleared and fenced, with good house and barn, all stocked, an in
come starts us soon as you own the property. Near to cheese factory
and school. 113,000 buys this money-maker.
6,000 cash, balance 10
years at (> per cent interest. Reasons for selling— Owner is retiring
and wishes to move to his village heme.
Just what you have been looking for.
easily cleared) at 10 per acre.
Seventy-five acres wild land
W e ari buyer finders because we onlv list lands that are profitable
TAYLO R R EAL E ST A T E AGENCY.
th e W o r ld
S O M E P O P U L A R LINES
**Oiir Fam ily” -
For Every Member d the Family
“ Stronger-Than-Th e-Law ” —
°A Particular Shoe for Particular Women
For Boy» and Girl»
The Lon*rrt Wcann8 W o * Shoe Made
Soft and Good” —
A Work Shoe True to Name
A ll made of Good Leather.
No eubetitute* for leather are ever used.
“ Star Brand Shoes A re Better **
G G O V B & D ^G G M B R G A N T 1L B GO.
Eighty acres of merchantable timber dose to the village of Glover-
dale at a price that will interest you.
B ra n d o f Shoes
* T e »s & Ted " School Shoe»—
75 acre» tide and creek bottom
Other business interests forces the owner to place this hirgain
the market— 75 acres, good house and burn. 10 acres plow land,
acres in pasture, better than five million feet of standing'timber,
main county road. 8 (XXI, half cash. Will consider village or citv
come property as part of first payment.
S e llin g
The “ Patriot” —
A Fine Shoe for Men
The “ Pilgrim” —
T h e Business Man’» Shoe
Here is another good buy that only requires l ) > )
to start the
successful ball on the upward roll. Eighty acres, 30 acres cleared,
quarter of a mile from postoffice, cheese factory and school house,
plenty of good water and road running through the place. 130 an
uore, $1000 down, balance on long time at 6 per cent interest.
Here is still another good buy.
land. Ask us for prices and terms.
L a rgest
is the onlv
MAY HAVE IN
CASE OF DISASTER.
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A-ivoni* »pmlirtg a »ketrh am! dOMTtPtlon mar
,jnl<'*ey aaoeetaln our opim n free whether hi :
Invention 1» probably patentable. Conimuntra-
tton»-trietlyronfl<1entlal. HANDBOOK on Cat puts
r»nt froo. Ol.leat agency f. r in-runtur patent*.
Patent* taken through Munti a Co. receive
W1.. nil n ' t Hf , without Charge. In tlie
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| enlatten o f anv aeientlfl.- Journal. T o n - . l a
year: four month», 9L tkudbyall newsdealer*.
£ Cc.36,B^ ' New York
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WE WRITE THE KIND THAT
Kates made known ami
information gladly given.
llollie \Y. Watson
Real E?tate and Fire manrttnee