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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1915)
The cun urn .-.till obtains in Switzer
land. though not so generally as for
It D o esn ’t C o st V e ry M u ch to S ta rt It
uierly. o f newly married couples mak
In a S m all W ay.
ing a small gift o f money immediately
It 1» simple, and not very expensive,
after the wedding ceremony to the
to start bee keeping In a small way.
school funds ns a sort o f thanksgiving
About $25 to $30 will do It. The ama
for their education
These funds are
teur bee keeper ueeds but one colony
used to provide shoes und clothing for
o f bees, a good queen und a couple o f
poor pupils who would otherwise he
Lives. O f course he should have two
unable to attend school.
or three books on bee culture, a veil,
gloves and a smoker.
On H e r B row .
The smoker Is for the purpose of
married you promised
slightly confusing the bees when It Is
■desired to open the hive. The extra ! me rings and brooches and beads to
tilve is necessary because, as bee keep
lug Is usually started In the spring, | “ Well, what or it?"
“ I was Just thinking that the only
there must be some place for the
swarm which may soon leave the par bends I've ever worn since are beads
ent colony. It is by swarming that o f perspiration ’—Detroit Free I ’ress
increase comes about, and this may
V /h at F o r?
be so regulated by the bee man that
“ Pop, what Kind o f crops can thej
his profit will be entirely through in
plant In the sea water?"
crease. Or, if he chooses, he can re
"N o crops, you foolish child “
tard Increase and work for honey only
“ Then why are vessels always plow
With an outfit such as that mention
ed nbovc the amateur enn In most sea Ing the ocean?" - ICxehnuge.
sons produce enough honey for a fam
ily o f five persons, and he can do this
A C o n sid e ra te G irl.
by giving no more than a few moments
Madge He said you were very fume
dally, or perhaps half an hoar during tuaI. Marjorie Why shouldn't he? I
the course o f the week, to the care of never kept him waiting more than
his bees. Starting with two colonies half an hour in my life -Llppln cott's
o f bees, he ought to be able to provide
for Ills own family and have a surplus
If yon cannot get grapes, says a Rus
o f honey to sell.— I ’hiletus Barnard In slan proverb, try an npple
the Countryside Magazine.
S A Y ' y o u r e
r u n n in g ]
MUST BE A M ATTER
r io u r and r e e d
Pure White Flour, bbl ..............87.80
per sack, 82.00
Crown Flour, per bbl .............. 7.80
per sack, 2.00
White Loaf, per bbl...................... 7.60
per sack 1.95
YOU B E T IT IS.
THE B O S S IS ALL
OUT OF THE
Bear Brand Flour, per bbl
per sack, 1.85
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Wheat, sack, (100 lbs) $2.50
Oats per 100 $2.10; ton $40.00
Rolled Oats, sack $1.35; ton $41.00
Process Barley, sack, $1.45; ton $33,00
Bran, sack, $1.25; ton $38.00
SUR PR ISE S
GO O D PUDGE )
l 1ST by the taste and the way it keeps
you tobacco satisfied, you can tell that
“Right-Cut” is the Real Tobacco Chew.
For the first time in your life you’ll
get the satisfying taste of pure, rich, mel
low tobacco—seasoned and sweetened
Ready chew-—the taste comes steady
all the while right from the start.
Take « very sm all chew — less than one-qunrtcr the
eld h.,-e. It w ill he more atisfying than a mouthful
o f ordinary tohucco. Just nibble on it until you find
^ the strength chew that suits you. Tuck it away.
I hen let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real
t 1 co taste com es, how it satisfies without grinding, h ow
much lev. you hsve to spit, how few chews you take to
I toSac -o satisfied. That’s why it is The Real Tobacco
C a«-. ltiu t's why it costs less in the end.
It is a w a d , chaw, cut tine ar.j short »h rcJ ao (hat you w on 't hara
t'tin j on it with your teeth
O riiu 1 ti( on ordinary candied tobacco
^ * 1 0 * m a k e » v u sp it too m u ch .
o f p a r r, r ic h to b a c c o doe» in t i' . ' ’ t h e c«" -r e J u p w ith n v d a ta ca i q J
INutice how the » « It brtnoyjout the ru ' i S icc o ta str in “ R i^ h t-C u t.* *
One small chew takes ths place cf two big
chews of the old kind.
W EYM AN-ER UTO N COMPANY
S O IT ,io n S q u a re , N e w Y o r k
( b u y FROMDtALER OR SENS ¡¿A ¿TAMPS TO US~)
Shorts, sack, $l.t>0; ton $39.00
Corn per 100 lbs $2.50
Cheat and Vetch Hay, 100 lbs 1.15;
Oat and Vetch Hay, 100 lbs.. . $1.20
Oat and Vetch flay, ton ........ $23.00