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About Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1915)
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Published Every Friday by
.':auk Taylor. Loiter and Publisher.
Entered asscuotul-class m atter, Nov
ember 13th, 1903 at the poetoffioe at (Jio-
v» ¡dale, Tillamook County, Oregon, un-
d r Act of Cottares.*, March 3rd, 1878.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. 1915
Every citizen in Tillamook -County
has reason to feel proud of the County
Fair this year. The exhibits are well
arranged, and taken all in all, the dis
plays are good. The fair management
are entitled to credit, yea, more than
At Leeds, Kas.. there is a municipal
farm for the treatm ent of drug anil
liquor addicts. A vigorous two-dsy
course of medical treatm ent is followed
by three weeks’ hard labor in the fields.
Two thousand men have already been
GEORGIA. AS AN INVESTIGATOR.
The law and order people of the United
States will watch closely the investiga
tion of the lynching of Leo M. Frank by
the state of Georgia. No one should
get their expectations, that the guilty
parties will be brought to justice, too
high. It is verydoubtful if any of those
piersons will he brought to account for
the m nrder of the state’s prisoner.
Georgia is not a -date which has a very
high moral standard
Georgia as an investigator of lyneh-
ings has never obtained a record for
There is no calamity ever befallen
Georgia that will work as much real
harm as this last diabolical act of a few
of her blood-thirsty toughs. Like all
other states Geoirga has her coterie of
honorable, law-abiding citizens and
just the same as all other states, and
even cities and villages, where this law-
abiding element does not predominate
lawlessness thrives. Where lawlessness
thrives nothing else can thrive, that
will be permc.ne.it. And if we are per
mitted to use the expression, there ar^
any number of cities and towns “sucking
the hind teat” because of the predomi
nation of the lawless class.
Georgia has never been at the top of
the ladder with other states of the
union and until she gets some of the
foolish notions out of her head she will
remain just where she is, at the bottom
round of the ladder.
The idea of a state prison made to con
trol and keep incarated the roughest
element of the state living entered bv a
po-se of citizens and at a time when
just such lawlessness might be
expected. It would be a wholesome
lesson to discharge from service every
m other's son connected in any way with
the prison at the time Leo Frai.k w*s
taken out and murdered, followed by an
investigation as to criminality in con-
The World’s Greatest Exposition
Children need fewer critics and more
Love and romance are more pleasing
than matrimony and history.
Happy is the girl who thinks her |
father is the best man on earth.
A woman believes in platonic affec- j
tion until she gets old enough to know 1
A woman laughs when she is in love
for the same reason a timid man
whistles—merely to keep up her cour
Second thoughts are best, especially
when they are less expensive.
A man can easily prove that lie is in
sane by having some of his love letters
read in court.
Many people are either rich or happy,
but few are both.
Every man May have his price, but
sooner or later the majority land on the
Men who are not used to society often
get “ hailed up” in a ballroom.
Is now at its Heights in
Never Indore in the history of the world has there
been conducted such a magnificent and wonder
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the productions of the mind and labors of m an
kind throughout the ages.
Low Hound Trip Tickets a rig on sale daily to San
Four commodious trains leave every day for San
Scenery enroute is fascinating, varied and unsur
Electric automatic ltlock Signals guard the way.
Our folders “ Wayside Notes Shaska Route” and
“ California and Its Two Expositions” will inter
Notice to Taxpayers.
Monday, the 13th day of September,
1915, the county board of equalization,
will meet at the court house in Tilla
mook City, Oregon, and publicly ex
amine the assessment rolls for said
year, and correct ail errors in valuations,
descriptions cf lands, lots and other
Said hoard of equalization will con
tinue in session from day to day until
the examination, correction and equali
zation of said assessment rolls shall be
All persons interested in the assess
ment of their property are requosted to
appear at said tim e and place, as no
change can he made after the adjourn
ment nt the board.
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Our nearest agent will give your inquiries cour
John H. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland.
List Your Property With
Taylor Real Estate Agency
and let us hunt the buyer without
expense to you until n buyer is found,
and then only a reasonable commission.
you Want to buy -----------------------------
a ranch see us. found
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our many ranch bargains. Call and see what we have to of
fer in money-making Neetncca Valley ranches.
80 acres near Meda for $35 an acre.
Big ranch and stock, with good buildings at u bargain,
now milking 30 cows and feed for 50. This is a $20.000
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 and fenced, with good
and barn, all stocked. Half cash, balance to suit ut 6 per
cent. $<>,.*>00 required to handle this.
The best small buy in the county. HO acres, 35 acres
cleared, on main county road. $1500 down buys this and
the balance at 6 per ct. Small bouse and fair burn Some
stock goes with this ranch.
160 acres, 30 acres meadow land small house and good
small orchard, 14 miles to school, 5 acres good onion land,
but only 4 of this i9 cleared, 5 cows go with ranch. Ask lor
particulars. $5,000; half cash; balance 5 yearsat 6 per cent.
$5000 buys a well cleared and fenced ranch dose in.
$500 down, long time for balance.
We have some choice buys not listed here.
We want the exulusive 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