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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1915)
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Published Every Friday by
Frank Taylor, Editor aud Publisher.
“ Entered as second-class matter, Nov
ember 13th, 1905 at the post office at Cio
verdale. Tillamook County, Oregon, un
der Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1873.
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F R ID A Y . F E B R U A R Y
The suggestion that the United
States furnish a warship to convoy
freight ships through tin: war zone
waters across the Atlantic will not
find any seconders in the United
States It is not the duty of Uncle
Sam to convoy ships through neu
tral waters, but it is the duty of*
the belligerents to see that they
get safe passage. If the United
States should send a battleship to
Europe it would mean some inci
dent would happen that would
drag the United States into war
forthwith. Sinking a battleship
with a mine or torpedo would
meet with quick resentment.. And,
would it not also be possible for
one of our battleships to he blown
up at a time and place where it
would be difficult to determine
who did the deed, and, again, would
it not be possible for one nation
to destroy one of our ships at a
time and place when the blame
would be laid to the door of an
other and the United States forced
into war with a nation entirely
blameless. Either of the two great
nations in this conflict, Germany
or England, would like the help
of Uncle Sam.
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on his franchise to at least one with Astoria and the various Clat THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS
year after the European war closes, sop county beaches, so that the
According to statistics there are
we would have considered him in Portlander who lev , motoring can
fields far off. The council, it i.- co-ordinate his beach stay with a more men with blockheads than
suid, is considering the proposition, good motor trip.”
not seriously, however.
In last week’s issue of the Wil-
The mother tongue has the
Lloyds have raised the percentage I lamina Times occurred the follow father tongue beaten.
of their bet on whether the United ing:
No great success was ever at
States will, within the next six
“ Another important link in the
months, get mixed up in the war, chain of development will be the tained by kicking.
from 5 to 30 cents, we believe the construction of a road down the
The average man wastes « lot of
Toledo council will have plenty of
laughing at his own jokes.
Little Nestucca from Baxters to
time to consider.
Meda, This road is not a difficult
It doesn’ t take a woman long to
READY FOR BUSINESS.
one to build so it can give an out get wise to a man’s actions after
Now that the legislature has let to Southern Tillamook count\ marrying him— then she proceeds
passed a hill making it legal for for part of the year. By cutting to call his hi off.
two or more counties to unite in j down a few of the worst grades
Any old thing that goes against
one road district we expect to see and rebuilding a couple of bridge.-
the grain of a porcupine gets the
some good work done on the Tilla this road will make a good sum
worst of it.
This mer road, but it will eventually,.
No man favors expansion—of
road has been much talked of for have to be rocked to make it per
his bald spot.
many years but nothing has been mam lit. This will let the people
Every time a man picks up a
done. The nixt move will be for of southern Tillamook countv out
few cents’ worth of experience l.e
these three counties to assemble on a much shorter route than that drops a dollar.
in one body and designate the now traveled and will aid gruali>
Cats certainly have their divinely
territory into a road district and in the development of that si c- appointed use in this world, hut as
'appropriate money for the con tion ”
vocalists they are failurei.
structioo of the road. A half a
mile of road will he built in Tilla-
J j U S T LIKE TH E LITTLE
SMALLER. l THEV J
monk county in addition to tins
THE SW E ^ E
TE R . J
^ CHEW OF REAL TOBACCO
road connecting with the Little
Nestucca road. This is a splendid
move in the right direction.
Some time ago the Oregonian
published a lengthy article relative
to the benefits of this road to the i
tourists and we r< print the follow-j
“ Heretofore it has required about
seven hours to make the run to
Tillamook and then there was not
much comfort in the junket, hui
after (lie road survey is changed
to avoid several high grades and
approximately $110,000 is spent
bv the counties included in the 90-
mile stretch from Portland to the
beach shore, in conjunction with
aid from the state, the time of
transit will be cut almost in two, j
according to VV. J. Clemens, presi-j
dent of the Portland Automobile
The road as planned will have
no grade more than 5 per cent,
Fitzgerald, noted as the promo and those interested in the move
ter of the Portland-West Coast merit say it will he completed uy
railroad, is still alive, t^nce in a June. -
The route will lead out of Port
while he lined to ambulate Tilla
over the Terwilliger boule
mook county ana persuade the
people into believing that
he vard, out the Rex-Tigardville strip,
might induce the big interests into which is undergoing a $20.000 im
financing a railroad to the pencil provement. and then through Mc
from the vallev. For the past vear Minnville, Sheridan and Willa-
and a half his efforts have been mina. Instead of touching Dolphj
dormant and people around here and Toll Gate, as heretofore, where;
have forgotten him entirely. One j high grades were encountered, the j
thing we can say for Mr Fitzgerald, survey switches off the old high- ;
even if he did not build us a rail wav at a point 14 miles miles this
road, fie met all his financial obli- j side of Dolph and beads for Bear;
gations, and we are nothing out, it Creek in Polk county, and then!
the air castle we builts ba fallen follows the Nestucca river to the
about our feet
Had it not been ! beach, a branch running off to |
for the fact that he vi-ited Toledo Tillamook anil thence to all con
recently and asked the council of tingent beaches.
Thi** road will also be connected
that city for an extension nt tune
T H E 6 0 0 0 J U D G E A N D T H E FIS H E R M A N S L U C K \
H E new chew that every
body Hkes is “ Right-Cut,”
the R ea l Tobacco Chew.
Tastes better, lasts longer, sat
isfies you better. Made of pure,
rich, sappy tobacco— seasoned
and sweetened just enough.
Take a very small chew—less than one-quarter tho
old size. It will be more satisfying than a mouthful
of ordinary tobacco. Just nibble on it until you find
, the strength chew that suits you. Tuck it away.
Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
tobccco taste comet, how it satisfies without ¿rinding, how
much ,ess you have to spit, how few chews you take to
he tobacco satisfied. That’ s why it is The Real Tobacco
Chew. That's w by it costs less in the end.
It is a ready chew, cat fine and short shred so that you won’t hava
to grind on it *ith your teeth. Grind in* on ordinary candied tobacco
i . A c t you apit too much.
The t- ac of f ifw, rich tobacco docs not need to be covered up with molgMCS aod
iico n .i. Notice Low the alt brings out tbv u d i f bacco taste in ' ‘Kigbt»Cut.'*
One small chew takes the place o f two big
chews o f the old kind.
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