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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1915)
nothing more, but lie was aTso a myn
o f the world and a shrewd and caustic
wit as well as m e rector o f St Mary’s
Curious Sh.iped Money In Use on the
church at Welwyn.
West Coast of Africa.
It was there in the garden o f the rec
Among the strnngexl ruins in the
tory that lie composed some o f the best
world are those used In eertnin out o f
impromptu verses known. lie was
the w ay towns and villages in south
walking v.itli two l dies when some
west Nigeria, on the west const o f A f
one summoned him to the house. His
rica. and called "inanillas."
companions w e re agreeable, and he
In shape they resemble a horseshoe was in no h aste to leave them Turn
with the tw o extremities flattened out ing as la* reach , d the gate. In* said.
like a eumel’s foot. Being made o f Thus Adam looked when from the garden
solid copper, three-eighths of an inch
thick, they weigh over eight ounces And thus disputed orders sent from
each. In “ face value" seven o f these
L ik e him. 1 go and yet to go am loath;
queer coins are equivalent to one quar I.lke him. I go, fo r angels d ro ve us both
ter, so that a dollars worth would he H ard was his fate, but mine still more
an uncomfortably heavy load.
Not only arc these “ mnnillas" used H is E v e went with him. but m ine stays
among the natives, hut white traders
accept them as legal tender for goods
sold at tlie various stores. At onetim e
H id d en M ea n in gs.
this strangely shaped money had quite
He kissed her.
u circulation In cert•’ in parts o f the
“ Why. stop!” she cried.
coast, but its use Is (\ iw restricted to
And when he tailed to repeat she
a fe w bush towns .¡o<i one or two of
Philadelphia l e d g
tin* smaller seaboard places. Including said " W h y stop?
Bonny. Brass nn<! Akassa.
“ Manillas" are n >w v> ry difficult to
obtain, and carlo collectors value them
H a lf the world N on the wrong scent $
not solely by reason o f their scarcity,
They ! ’)
but because o f tlit* novel serviette rings in the pursuit of happiness.
they make when silver plated.—Wide think it consists in having and getting
and in being served bv others, it con 1
gists in giving and in serving others.
T o most persons Edward Young Is
W e always weaken whatever we ex
the author o f “ Night Thoughts” and Hggerate l.a Harpe
■? •c/’- raag- ■
Crop” and a Monthly Pay
county where the meadows a re g r e e n
* ——“ - « r - T - T t «rjrsrr.o ow -
i l id
r * ijf £
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I to fact we w ish to h a m m e r is that
Mt X a i r
store g iv e s m o r e q u a l i t y , s e r v ic e arvl sa ti>f;,ct:<>n than at-
store in T i l i a t n o o k co n n tv.
Our Plienominal Succes s Dsmonstates that Fact
R em etnher
M c N a ir
R u ib li r>*
H a r* iu
E tv e T r o u g h i n g . F a r m T o o l s , S h e l f G o o d s, C u t le t v. and
' h ’ i g kept in a f u l l y stoc k ed h u rt)w a re store.
V,‘ f -
g rra ris
? : ï
J -è> m s
> n — i ~imr .; g v w r a a - '" m i V T T mam
Here is one o f our g o o d ’ *r tin.— Seventy-three acres bottom
In ml, cleared and femed, with
l t mph and barn, all stocked, an in
come starts as s o o n as you own he
Near to cheese factory
$13,l>0 I buys this in un v - mnk* r. (i.t '00 cash, balance 10
years at (j p e r c e n t interest. I Lo- m for selling— Owner is retiring
and wishes to move to Ins village home.
H o n u 1 to r
T r a v e le r s
V is ito r s
M e a ls
a n d up,
E verything hirst-class
Y o u r Patronage Solicited
Fbr the Fhrrvous
The Largest Selling B r a n d of Shoes in the World
A Fine Shoe for Men
Tbe Business Man’s Shoe
SOME P O P U L A R LINES
"O u r Family“ —
For Every Member of tbe Family
“ Stronger-Than-Tho-Law” —
^ ° A Particular Shoe for Particular Women
T e d ” School Shoes—
For C-ys and Girl*
A ll made of Good Leather.
Here is still another good huv.
land. A-k us for prices and terms.
tide and creek bottom
Ollier bu.-iin ss interests forces the owner to place this bargain
tin* market— 7"> »errs, good house and barn. 10 acres plow land,
acres in pa-tun . U tter than five million, feet of standing timber,
main countv road. $S000. half cash. W*ill consider village or citv
come property as part of first payment.
Kightv acres of merchantable timber close to the village of Clover-
dale at a priia that will interest you.
T * L? "ae** W " ’ nQ« Wo^ Shoe Msda
Soft and Good” —
A Work Shoe True to Name
No substitutes for leather are ever used.
“ Star Brand Shoes A re Better '*
G G O VER D ^G E
E X P E R IE N C E
is tlie onlv
Just v. hal you have been looking for
easily cleared at $10 per acre
Seventy-five acres wild land
160 acres, 30 acres meadow land, small house and good ham,
small orchard, 1] miles to school, •’> icres good onion land, hut only A
of this is cleared, o cows go with ranch. Ask for particulars. $5000;
half cash; balance 5 years at 6 per cent.
W *• are buyer finders because wo only list land» that are profitable
TAYLOR REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
C LO VFR D ALE,
Here is another good htiv that only requires 1000 to start the
successful ball on the upward r<
Eighty acres. 30 acres cleared,
quarter of a mile from postuline, cheese factory and school house,
plenty of good water and road running through the place. $30 an
down, balance on long time at 6 per cent interest.
C L O v E tv D A L E , O R E .
county is funinti« for its cheese and tl urv l incts.
W’t a re in the busi ness of
Pi l l i m > : 1 ’ * »'*ï \ L mds and we
have some real snap bargains — b a r g a in s tha won’t last long. If you
are interested let us he.tr from von.
W hv not dairv in the
Whv not let the cow earn
you u good living, and something besid es?
W hy not get into the dairy bu sin ess?
tut > «R
Tillamook County Dairy Lands j
Dairying, the Only Absolutely ’‘Sure
3 ■ e.
J MAY HAVE LN
CASE OF DISASTER.
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