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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1915)
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IRON IN WATER.
TWO GREAT INVENTORS.
It Takes Only the Least Little Bit to
Make Itself Felt.
H a lf a part per million of Iron In
water Is detectable by taste, and more
than four or five i arts make* water un
In some mineral springs
Iron Is the constituent which Imparts
a medicinal value to the witter, but or
dlnttrlly it Is undesirable. More than
■J.fi parts per million in wuter used for
laundering makes a stalu ou the
clothes. Iron must be removed from
water from which tee Is made or a
cloudy, discolored product will result
An irou content of over two or three
parts per million In water used In the
manufacture of paper will stain the
Iron Is harmtul In water used for
steaming, for It is in equilibrium with
acids which Insi le the boiler become
dissociated, with the result that the
free acids corrode the boiler plates, hut
the amount of trou carried in solution
by most waters is so small that the
damage It does to steam hollers gen
erally amounts to little.
Waters haring a high iron content
have in some places, where they have
been used as city supplies, caused au
Immense amount of trouble and ex
pensc. for they favor the growth of
crenothrix to such a degree that the
water pipes become clogged with the
Iron sheaths of that organism The re
moval of Iron from water Is sometimes
easy and sometimes very dtiiiculL—
United States (.cological Survey
Their Foresight Did Not Equal Their
Not Infrequently great inventors do
not comprehend the significance of the
thing they have produced. An inter
esting anecdote of two famous men of
j science whose foresight did uot equal
j their inventive ability up pears iu Les
i Inventions Illustrees.
When Hertz hist began to obtain sat- j
; lsfactory results from Ids uow famous A
researches iuto the possibility of truns
I mitting electric waves certain men of
science suggested that some day shut
lar vibrations might serve to transmit
messages through space
ed at the hypothesis and assured all
comers that his experiments were for
Now. after a few
short years. It is hard to Hml u single
issue of a daily* paper that does not
record some noteworthy example of
the use of wireless telegraphy.
Levassor was the great engineer who
sketched ttie automobile with sueli skill
that his design has not been material V
ly changed to this day. After Levas
sor accomplished his historic trip from » V
Paris to Bordeaux and return at the
dizzy speed of about lifteeu miles an
hour his udmirers gave him a ban
quet. During the toasts one of them,
stirred by the spirit of the occasion,
rose and enthusiastically culled on the
assembly to drink to the approaching
day when carriages should travel at
the speed of sixty miles an hour.
Levassor turned to his nearest neigh
bor and asked In a quick undertone.
Little Maudio would tell "whoppers '
“W hy is It that after every banquet *
One day her aunt thought she ought to some people feel called on to make
be cured of lids habit, so she spoke fools of themselves'/”
seriously to the little maid, who prom
Iscd to lueud her ways
To point the moral auntie told the
“ I suppose you are fam iliar with the
tale of the shepherd boy who was ill
ways calling 'W o lf!' until no one works of Bobby Burns?”
"Certainly, und also with the works
could believe him
Then one day the
wolf really came and ate up all the of Billy Shakespeare. Ueorgie Byron
and Jack Miltou " — Boston Transcript.
“All the sheep'?” Interrupted Man He
“ Ves. every one ot them,” replied — w . - . r * ; - <®wc\arr- ~
"Every single one'/'
"W e ll.” said Maudie slowly. “ 1 don't
believe you. and you don t believe me
So there!” —isiudon Answers
Hurt a fact to j
power a s s *»«*«¡sa»;»«J3SE-- «
The fact we wish to hammer is that Alex McNair &
store in Tillamook county.
Our FLenominal Succass DemonstaiSb iMt Fact.
Buyi ng Wivaa.
Wives are still obtained by purchase
n some parts of Russia
In the dis
trict of Kamyshin, on the Volga, this
is pmetleally the only way In which
marriages an» brought about The price
>f a pretty gin from a well to do fain
ily ranges from $100 to ?'J00.
How many people live on the reputa
tion o f the reputntloa they might huve
Travelers and Visitors
Meals 35e and 50e
value, and is the making of a good
Drink P!ont-/ ot Water.
A Roumanian intent 1 st claims that ranch.
any one can live to .la« 100 years ohl,-
burring accident*, if ho drinks enough
water, lie declares tie has discovered ;
that old age is due to a decrease In and barn, all stocked.
the amount of water in tile system
coine starts us soon as you own the
and that Esther Time may t*e check
Near to cheese factory
mated by systematic water drinking property.
during middle age.
$13,600 buys this
McNair »k Co. for
thing kept in a fully stocked hardware store.
Kave Troughing. Farm Tools, Shelf Goods, Cutlery, and every
Food For Punsters.
” ! don't see how Fussleigb gets any
enjoyment out of his food
l i e s diet
lug. you know ’*
4s 1,000 buys n market garden
“ Yes “
•'He uses this new ‘mathematical property on the main lino of the
S. 1’ near Hubbard. Party lives
“t.ood gracious, what's that'/
in Tillamook county and wants to
many chews to the mouthful?”
“No. lie eats beaus by the dozen, use the money.
rti'c by tile grain. tl«h by the perch at this office,
and spaghetti by the y a rd ”
$3'» an acre buys an 80-acre
“ Does he seem better’/'
“Measurably s o ” - OeveUiud Pint» ranch near Meda.
Buy this prop
erty now. It is sure to increase in
store gives more quality, service and satisfaction than anv other
ssur^tsanar» c s o
Beds 50c and up,
Y ou r Patronage Solicited
Fbr the Fhnvous
The Largest Selling Brand of Shoes in the World
Tho ."Patriot” —
po pular unes
A Fine Shoe (or Men
T h e “ Pil»rim ” —
The Buenea Man*« Shoe
T h e “ Society” —
A Particular Shoe tor Particular Women
" T e a A Ted” School Shoe*—
Far Boy« and Girl«
AU mad« of Good Leather.
"O u r Family” —
For Every Member of the Family
The Longeât Wearing Work Shoe Made
‘Soft and Good” —
A Work Shoe True to Name
No substitutes for leather are ever used.
t,Star B rand Shoes A re Better ”
M G K G A N T I G G GO.
Willamette Valley property.
160 acres, 30 acres meadow land,
Seventeen and one-half acres
barn, creek bottom and bench land with
small orchard, 1^ miles to school, good barn, 14 aores cleared. $100
5 acres good onion land, hut only per acre. It takes $1000 cash to
money-maker. 6.000 cash, balance J of this is cleared, 5 cows go with handle this and its an excellent
10 years at 6 per cent interest. ranch. Ask- for particulars. $5,000; buy.
Reasons for selling— Owner is re half cash; balance 5 years at 6 per
See us for prices on residence or
tiring and wishes to move to his cent.
business lots and small acreage
14,500 buys 80 acres; better than
To acres tide and creek bottom half river bottom land. 6 acres pieces in the growing village of
land. Ask us for prices and terms plow land, house and barn, prop Cloverdale.
Eightv acres of merchantable erty all fenced and cross fenced
timber close to the village
of 8 head of cows and complete farm
Cloverdule at a price that will in- outfit.
W ill consider trade for
Taylor Real Estate Agency