VOL. 10. ULOVERDALE, TILLAMOOK COUNTY, OREGON. JULY 9 1915 NO. 52 dertid on a temporary platform erected in front of the hotel. F. AT CLOVERDALE S Ford, being speaker of the day, gave a short address appropriate to the occasion. A drill was given Several of our customers are people we do not know by sight by the little girls and several selec Big Parade of Decorated though we have done business by mail with them for years. We tions rendered hy the hand, the believe we have given them satisfactory banking service and can Automobiles. program concluding in ample time for all to have lunch before the give vou the same satisfaction. afternoon festivities. M a il u s Y o u r next C h e c k or C h e c k s Fair Sized Crowd Enjoys a Safe Cash prizes were given the boys and girls for foot races and other It saves vou time, and ITMF IS MONKY, especially at this season and Sane Fourth of stunts and the wholedav was one of j of the year. No need to come to the hank in person. July. pleasantness terminating in time S E C U R IT Y AND S E R V IC E our Motto I for those who had ranch work to A goodly number of people from return home to attend their routine the north and south came to Clov- duties. The band was very generous! erdale last Monday to celebrate the during the entire da\ in giving to j nation’s birthday. At 10 o’clock a line of decorated the celebrators music that w.i- ORPHANS IN HOLLAND. INFLATING A TIRE. automobiles were assembled, the awuy above par and words "f pruist largest liue ever in parade 1 ere. for the excellent music was heard Ira Som e C it ie s T h e y A r e D re s s e d In A W a y to T e s t It W h e n T h e r e le No M ost G ro te s q u e F a s h io n . This line was headed by the Whi e on every hand. P re s s u r e G a u g e H a n d y . There were plenty of tire crack The Dutch diller from the Chinese in Time was when every tiro manufac stage and it was loaded to full ers exploded to remind all that it announcing to the world the birth of turer warned all and sundry to inflate capacity by little girls dressed in was the glorious Fourth, vet it was children ouly hi the article displayed. , their tiros to a high degree of pressure, white. Beside the driver the ali carried on so nicelv that it can j The Chinamen hang a piece of ginger | and more probably than not this was Goddess of Liberty. Miss Ward, be truly termed a safe and sane over the main entrance to the house, duo to the fact that In those days all while the Hollanders Indicate the 1 pumping was done by band and with was seated and every seat in this Fourth. event by u piece of lace, combining very inefficient implements. large stige was crowd* * d full *f Great are those 25c dinners at with the luce a pink background for a j The correct thing to do nowadays, of course, ls to consult a standard table the Karasev Hotel dining room, boy and tinsel for a girl. happy little girls. Following the of requisite pressures, according to the Tillamook, Ore. The orphans of some of the cities of large vehicle was a line of auto- j Holland arc quite conspicuous, and \ size of tin* and the load to be carried, mobiles that reached from the'res Dr. Wendt tits glasses. Til* especially so when seen on the streets 1 nud to use this in conjunction with a idence of L. M. Kraner to the) lamook.Ore. I.O. O. F. Bid of Amsterdam, dressed in what might , reliable gauge. be termed half and half clothing. The , But there Is also a rough and ready cheese factory. Plasker Bros for all kinds of east half of a boy’s coat. Including the J method which ls by no means ludeter At the conclusion oi the parade plumbing, batn room outfits and sleeve, is red, while the west half Is minute ii no pressure gauge Is handy, an appropriate program was r* n- [ fixtures. Tillamook. Ore. black. The dresses of girls ure divid mil that Is to take the car out on to a THE CELEBRATION ed in a similar manner, but are topped off by becoming white caps, which make the young misses look very neat and attractive. This singular style of dress is said to have been adopted to enable the railroad officials, us well as the au thorities, to keep- track of them, says the National Geographical Magazine. As the orphan asylums of Holland have the control of children committed to them until they ure of age, the more mature of the unfortunates (wearing these odd garments in public) present a very striking appearance. ES-3SSS23Ï33333 N e s tu c c a V alley B a n k C L O V E U O A L E . OKEQOS Pay bills by check and Avoid all Li ability of Dispute. Open an account with this Bank and keep v*ur money in " N ESTU C C A V A L L E Y W W your own locality. BAN K B. L. McCABE, Cashier. ffl Luck Against Him. *T can’t get by with anything.** “What’s the matter?’’ “I invited n girl to go to the theater. When It came time to buy the seats I was broke, so I told her the bouse was j>old out for that night and promised to take her next week.** “Well.” “Her aunt took her down on the very night we were to go and they and tw’o other couples were the only people In the parquet.”—Detroit Free Press. • Feminin« Logio. Mrs. A.—Tes, Belle is narrtet! nt Inst. and do you know her husbnnd ls the very man wbo proposed to her ten yenrs ngo. Mr. A.—81u< ought to have married hlm then. Mr- A.^-Oh, my dear. he was really qulte too old for her at that tiroe.—Boston Tnnsertpt. dry road which Is in a bad state of re pair and full of holes. Preferably then* | should lie no passengers on the rear seats. If tin* driving wheels are pumped up too hard the driver will experience a constant sensation of incipient skid ding. and though he may not actually side slip, he will not find the car by any means easy to steer. Tills ia evidence that the tires are so hard that they are bumping over ol>- stncles instead of absorbing them with out leaving the ground.—New York World. D u s t an d th e L u n g s . Where there Is less dust there Is less tuberculosis. Tills disease 1« respon sible for almost exactly one-quarter of all the deaths among wage earners In this country lie tween the ages of fif ! teen and thirty-live. It is also respon | sible for almost exactly one out of every three deaths that come between tlie ages of twenty and forty years to both male and female wage earners. : The death rate from tuberculosis among j agriculturists may bo put at UK] per I hundred thousand. In comparison with tills the death rate from tuberculosis among those engaged In cotton manu facture Is 202; brns» work. 279; copper | work, 294; glass making. 295; earthen w re, 333: cutlery. 3X2; file making. 4<i2. Other statistics might fie given showing the same thing—namely, that tuberculosis Is intimately associated with certain occupations, .especially tb o**o giving rise to dust, metallic, mineral or organic.