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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1915)
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“ How did he come to loose all
Frank Taylor, Editor and Publisher. that money?”
“Enter«! ks second-class matter, Nov- i “ Well, he had written so many
ernb«' I3tljt,iL905 at the post office at Clt articles about raising chickens
vm-daJe. TUIftmook County, Oregon, ui
der Act ol Congress, March 3rd, 1878. successfully that he actually
thought he could do it.”
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Three Months....................................... 25 A correspondent of the New York
Sun quotes a remarkable tribute of
A dvertising R ates
Displayed Advertisements, 50 cents peT a negro preacher to a white preach
inch per month, single column. All er who consented to occupy the
Local Reading Notices, 5 cents per black brother’s pulpit one Sunday.
lijne for each insertion.
Timber larid notices
#10.00 He said: “Dia noted divine is one
Political Announcement CardB #10.00 of de greatest men of de age. He
knows de unknowable, he kiu do
J ob D epartment
My Job Department is complete in every j the undoable, a n ’ be kin onscrew
respect and I am able to do all kinds j j e unscrutable!”
Job Printing on short
notice at reasonable prices.
FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1915
It is easy for a man to be pop
ular if he is easy.
Chicago already has its long
fingers out after the national con
Chicago is living in hopes that
some day it will have a graftless
adm inistration of city affairs.
Out of all this talk and worry
will spring a stronger United
Stites army and navv. Uncle
Sun is quick to learn.
Why Editors are Bald and Care
Please send me a few copies of
the paper containing the obituary
of my aunt. Also publish the in
closed clipping of the m arriage of
my neice, who lives in Lebanon.
And I wish yon would mention in
your local column, if it don’t cost
anything, that I have two bull
calves for sale. As my subscrip
tion has run out, please stop ray
paper, Times are too bad to waste
money on newspapers.— Card to
Campbellville, Ky., Journal.
The W orld’« Gre .tost Exposition
Is now at its 1U ¡glits in
Never before in the history of the world has there
been conducted such a magnificent and wonder
ful Exposition. Here is artistically presented
the productions of the mind and labors of man
kind throughout the ages.
Low Round Trip Tickets are on sale daily to San
Four commodious trains leave every day for San
Scenery enroute is fascinating, varied and unsur
Electric automatic Block Signals guard the way.
Our folders “ Wayaids Notes Shaska Route” and
“California and Its Two Expositions” will inter
Our nearest anent will give your inquiries cour
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland.
THE SLAB CREEK SAGE SAYS
More than 62,000 women in the
United States cultivate fruit, Occasionally a fool and his
among them being several of Cali money make a big noise.
fornia’s most successful fruit
Much that is labeled financial
success is plain graft.
J. C. Penny, of New York, says Some men are lucky dogs be
crisis is past, and conditions will cause the police let them run
now improve. Mr. Penny is at uround without muzzles
the head of an incorporated com
pany operating 83 general stores Occasionally a knocker throws
in the western Btates. He is now away his little hammer and gets
touring the west and after visiting an ax.
ail the stores in the chain will Blessings of poverty ore appre
auto to the fair at San Francisco. ciated, especially by those who
Mr. Penny is known as the anti have never been blessed that way.
drink, anti-gam bling and anti- A man who can dispose of his
cigarette employer, because of the troub|es for a consideration is a
hard-and-fast rule that his em- Kenius
these | Pride makes some people ridicu-
, • when
• ! lous and prevents
others from be-
was established 13 years ago in
Kemmerer, Wyo. There were 11 cotn' n8 p0*
new stores in the chain ¡started Some men are not content with
only last spring, one of them at being treated well; they want to
Marshfield, in this state. “Condi- be treated often.
tions in the business world are Maiaria begins with a chill and
past their worst. Mr. Penny i e- enj a with a fever. Love begins
o aes. “Even if the war lasts for
a feTer anj end* with a chill.
another year business will steadily I t’s a case of love’s labor lost
improve. We count on doing 15,» I when a woman has to take in
000,000 worth of business , next!
ay# washing to support a worthless
year, whatever happens,
no prophecies a<> to how long the husband.
war will last. M> boys and I were The average wife can discount an
touring Europe when the war experienced lawyer when it eomea
broke nut, and at Berlin we ‘nw to cross-questioning her haaband
the tr >pa mobolizing But I when be returns home about 2
don’t claim to see into the future.” a. m.
List Your Property With
Taylor Real Estate Agency
and let us hunt the buyer without
expense to you until a buyer is found,
and then only a reasonable commission.
If ---- yen
Want to buy -------------------------------
a ranch see us. found B< low a few
wil1 ot he
our many ranch bargains. Call and see what wo have to of
fer in money-making Nestucca Valley ranches
80 acres near Meda for 135 an acre.
Big ranch and stock, with good buildings at. a bargain,
now milking 30 cows and feed for 50. This is a <20,(XX)
ranch but will be sold for less. Tell me how much you can
pay down and we will give you time on the balance
We have one applicant who wishes to rent or will buy a
73 acre bottom land ranch, cleared und fenced, with good
and barn, all stocked. Half cash, balance to suit at 6 per
cent. #6,500 required to handle this.
The best small buy in the coanty. 80 acres, 35 acres
cleared, on main county road. #15<X) down buys this and
the balance at 6 per ct. Small house and fair bar*. Some
stock goes with this ranch.
160 acres, 30 acres meadow land small house aud good
small orchard, 14 miles to school, 5 acres good onion land,
hut only 4 of this is cleared, 5 cows go with ranch. Ask for
particulars. #5,OO0; half cush; balance 5 yearsat 6 per cent.
#5000 buys a well cleared aud fenced ranch close in.
#500 down, long time for balance.
We have some choice buys not listed her«.
We want the exclusive right to sell your ranch and if
you give us this we’ll rustle for a buyer, but we cannot af
ford to advertise for outside buyers unless we hav« the ex
clusive sale of the property»
TAYLOR REAL ESTATE AGENCY