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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1915)
Clovardale and one at Tillamook.
Parents who appreciate the educa
Published Every Friday by
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher.
“ Entered ns second-class m atter, Nov
ember 13th, 1905 at the poet office at Clo
verdale, Tillamook County, Oregon, un-
del- Act of Congress, March 3rd, 1878.
S ubscription R ates
One Year, in advance.........................$1.00
Sin M onths................................................. 50
Three M onths.............................................25
A dv ertising R ates
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents per
inch per month, single column. All
T ocal Reading Notices. 5 cents per
line for each insertion.
Timber land notices
Political Announcement Cards $10.00
, Try*» _ D k p a r t m f v t
tional value of these contests, are
invited to enter their babies, bv
applying to the superintendents in
each locality, who will supply ap
Nehalem Valley— Mrs. Louisa
Cloverdale and Nestucca Valley
— Mrs L. M. Kraner, superintend
Tillamook, Bay City and vicinity
— Mrs. Mary F. Dunstan, superin
The first prize winners, three
* and three girls from each lo-
calitv, will compete at th e County
My Job Department is complete in every
respect and I am able to do all kinds [ F „jr for silver cups, each of w hqm
Commercial Job Printing on sh o rt1
notice at reasonable prices.
will receive e ith e r a first, second or
third prize cup The second prize
FRIDAY. MARCH 5, 1915
winners will receive a year’s paid
subscription to the Womun’s
Better Babies Contest.
Home Companion. Third prize
Three local contests will be held winners will receive a certificate
in July, dates to he announced and diploma. All babies will re
later, one at Nehalem, one at ceive certificates, all prize winners
t h e tobacco
a k es
yo u f e e l l ik e
^ A Two YEAR.
R IQ H T Y O U A R E
M I S T E R F A R M E R . IT S
THE REAL TOBACCO CH EW
TWO WORLD EXPOSITIONS
Reduced fare round trip tickets, perm itting stop
overs at all points in either direction, to the
Panama-Pacific Internatiom 1 Exposition, Snn
Francisco, and to the Panama-California Exposi
tion, San Diego, on sale every tlay until Novem
Pacific Railway & Nav. Co.
Three Fine Trains From Portland Daily
Shasta Limited,San Francisco Express, California Express
P. R. & N. Trains make direct connections at
Stop-overs on One Way Tickets
Ten Days’ stop-over will be allowed at San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles on one way tickets sold to
Eastern Cities when routed by the Southern Pa
California and It’s Two World Expositions
A new book describing the trip from Portland to
San Diego including the two Expositions, the
seenic beauties of Oregon, the Siskivous and
Shasta Mountains, San Francisco, the beach and
outing resorts of California, the San Joaquin Val
ley and Yosemite National Park. Free on appli
Pacific Railway & Navigation Co.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
¿ m u GOOD J U D G E A G R E E S W IT H
ASK the man who chews
“Right-Cut”—it is the only
Real Tobacco Chew.
The only chew that is cut just
fine, rich flavor of mellow, sappy to
bacco-seasoned and sweetened just
enough. Lasts you longer, too.
Take a very small chew—less than one-quarter the
old size. It will he more natiufying 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
tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies without grinding, how
much less you have to spit, how few chews you take to
be tobacco satisfied. That’s why it is The Real Tobacco
Chew. That’s why it costs less in the end.
1» is a ready chew, cut fine and ahort ahred ao that you w on't have
to ¿rind on it n ilh your teeth« G rinding on ordinary candied tobacco
make# you spit too much.
T he taste of pure, rich tobacco docs do * need to be covered up with molaaaaa an d
S conce. N otice bow the aalt brings out the rich tobacco taste in "R ish t-C n t."
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
W E Y M A N -B R U T O N C O M PA N Y
S O U n io n S q u a re , N e w Y o r k
( buy from dealer OR SEND io * ¿ tamps to u s J
will receive diplomas.
Mrs. L. M. Kraner will take per
sotial applications in the afternoon
of the second W ednesday of each
All mothersentering babies will
be supplied with valuable liter«
ture on care of babies. It is im
portnnt that entries he made early
and thev must be made before June
20. No babies received under one
year old or over four years old.
school at Tillamook Monday.
Mr Gillman, who has oeen stav
ing at Ed Haves and trapping in
the woods, left for the valley Mon
Without Amusement this
Old World Would be
a Dreary One.
We have an amusement place for
There was u large attendance at TOO where yoo will he treated right
the Sunday school last Sunday.
Billiards and Pool.
After Sunday school Mr. Wm Complete line of Fruits, Confec
Galloway gave a talk from 1 Pet,
tionery and Soft Drinks.
V. Learned. - Cloverdale.
George Galloway and John
Cameron were Tillamook vi«itors
Tuesday and Wednesday
Mr. and Mra. Brown returned
from Herniock Tuesday.
The pie social at the school
house Friday evening was well a t
tended. The proceeds from the
sale of the pies were #13 59. which
will be used fer getting a light and
All Work Guaranteed.
a picture for the school. All in at
tendance reported a good time.
Mrs Atkinson made a trip to
O U C f O W N , OHI..
M i s s Oneita Whalen returned to
D. H. FLETCHER